If you’re looking for a simple way to pay your mortgage without resorting to debt or a car loan, you’re in luck.
The shoe-advocacy group True Living said in a statement that the new campaign was designed to show how easy it is to pay a mortgage without a car or credit card, and it hopes to get more people to do it.
The group said it hopes that the ad will encourage people to look into paying down their mortgage, and the campaign is the latest in a string of ads that the group has run in recent years.
The campaign was launched with the help of True Living founder and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
“The shoe ad is an important tool to help consumers better understand how easy a simple debt-free mortgage payment is,” said Rachel Miller, True Living’s executive director.
“It’s a reminder that people can live a financially secure life with an affordable car and a comfortable, comfortable lifestyle.
And it’s also a reminder of the fact that if you can’t make that financial commitment, there are still plenty of options out there to help pay your bills.”
The campaign has received support from some major financial institutions, including Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Capital One.
As of Wednesday afternoon, the group had raised more than $4 million in support of the campaign.
True Living, which is part of the True Living Foundation, has raised about $4.7 million since it launched in 2014.
In the past year, the nonprofit has worked with many of the biggest companies, including Coca-Cola, Wal-Mart, McDonald’s and Verizon.
The nonprofit also runs the Truth in Debt campaign, which aims to educate people about the importance of paying down debt.
According to a True Living spokeswoman, the shoe campaign is aimed at “everyday Americans who are living paycheck to paycheck and don’t have access to credit or a credit card.”
The group is also working with banks, credit unions, car lenders and other lenders to promote the idea that credit cards and mortgages can be a viable way to reduce debt.
True Lives spokeswoman Jessica Shafer said in an email that the shoe ad will run on television, radio and online.
“If you’re interested in learning more about how to pay down your mortgage, the TrueLiving shoe ad campaign is a great way to get involved,” Shafer wrote.
“This ad will be part of our ongoing effort to educate the public about the simple, safe, and affordable ways to pay back debt without borrowing from a lender or credit union.”