With its hashtag, “stay positive,” a Facebook page for the Stay Positive Stay Night campaign has started trending on Twitter.
“Stay Positive,” which refers to a viral campaign to stay positive after a traumatic event, gained popularity after its creators shared a Facebook post on Feb. 11, 2017, which described its goal: to create a hashtag that would be a symbol of support for those in the world who are being negatively impacted by the events of the past year.
“Fate Stay Night,” which describes itself as a meme of positive feelings after an unexpected, and often traumatic, event, has been trending since May 17, 2017.
“The campaign is designed to keep people in touch and stay positive by using memes to show support for each other and others who are feeling affected,” the Stay Power Facebook page states.
“It is our hope that this campaign will create a lasting positive impact in the lives of others and to help keep the world safe and secure in the face of danger and fear.”
The Stay Power campaign was started by the creators of Stay Positive, a website that helps people find a place to stay in a hotel or motel after a catastrophic event, including an earthquake, hurricane, pandemic or pandemic pandemic, a natural disaster, a nuclear accident or a terrorist attack.
In the past, Stay Positive has encouraged users to use the hashtag #staypositive to “stay safe, stay healthy, and stay safe in general.”
The Facebook page also encourages users to post pictures of themselves with the hashtag on social media.
The campaign is sponsored by the Travelers Choice Awards, which is sponsored and managed by Marriott International.
The Stay Positive campaign started on Facebook, where it has since grown to more than 2.7 million followers and has been shared more than 8.5 million times.