Sarah Gabel Seifert, a University of Alabama graduate, hit Times Square to promote her pro-life diaper company, EveryLife.
EveryLife, a diaper and wipe company aimed at competing with companies such as Huggies and Pampers, kicked off their “Make More Babies” campaign with a billboard on Times Square quoting Elon Musk.
The two-part billboard features a post Musk made on X reading, “Having children is saving the world”.
EveryLife’s billboard was accompanied by a video ad which highlights the harmful ideology of population control, a progressive solution to slow down the effects of climate change.
“There’s a profound need for more children in the world, and EveryLife is here to take a bold stance that we disagree with population control ideologies,” EveryLife co-founder and president Sarah Gabel Seifert said in a statement to Fox News Digital.
“Our ‘Make More Babies’ campaign isn’t just about promoting our brand — it’s a powerful affirmation of our core conviction that every child is a gift, deserving love, protection, and support. No other diaper company will speak out and say the same.”
Seifert struck gold when Tesla founder and X owner, Elon Musk, caught wind of the ad campaign and endorsed EveryLife’s message.
— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) January 17, 2024
Musk responded on his X account to EveryLife’s billboard saying, “I had nothing to do with this billboard, but I definitely endorse the message!”
Musk currently has 169.9 million followers on X, which is over half of America’s total population.
According to EveryLife’s website, the company’s creation is a miracle in and of itself.
“We are a small group of parents who are passionate about our faith, our families, and were deeply impacted by the stories of expecting parents who boldly chose to protect the lives of their babies.” EveryLife’s website reads.
The website continues on to state that many companies in the diaper industry financially support pro-abortion organizations.
“We were disheartened to learn that many in this industry financially support organizations who destroy innocent life. As parents, we have spent our hard-earned dollars diapering our children with products made by companies that are increasingly pushing anti-family, anti-American agendas that directly contradict our convictions and donate to causes that condemn our values. As these seemingly innocuous companies continue to publicly flaunt normalizing the destruction of life, while denigrating nuclear families, we decided to do something about it.”
In an interview, Chief Creative Officer of EveryLife Diaper Company Kellie Crowe, discussed frightening discoveries about popular household diaper companies.
Crowe explained that Huggies has a history of matching employee contributions to Planned Parenthood. Crowe also stated that Pampers and Luvs have actively paid for their employees to travel for out-of-state abortion procedures.
These discoveries added fuel to Seifert’s fire, incentivizing her to create this company.
Sarah Gabel Seifert is an Alabama native, growing up in Birmingham, graduating from Vestavia Hills Highschool, and leaving the University of Alabama with a bachelor’s degree in economics.