Ho, Ho, Ho, it's a holiday giveaway head-to-toe!
Every blogger and their wannabe blogger friends have a runner gift guide. I've had mine in the past and even mixed it up last year with a parody ("Rudolph's Island of Misfit Running Toy's" buyers guide. Who can forget the "Lee Nails Black Toenail Cover-up Kit!" I figured, what's better than a guide about a bunch of expensive running toys? Giving away a bunch of running gifts!
One of the most popular giveaways I've ever hosted was from Soybu. I didn't get paid to host the promotion...they fall in the category of vendors and partners I've got to know that I love talking about. They're the un-pretentious yoga and fitness apparel company, they're local (Colorado!,) and they have a deep product line that includes men's fitness apparel. Sign me up. Love these peeps.
The prize behind door number one is ANY item on their website. Yes, you heard that right...not a pair of socks or a hair scrunchie (is that how you spell that fantastic hair thingie?)...ANY item on their web site. No, you can't combine items, but you can pick up to over $110 in value in a single item so pick wisely.
The item behind door number two is one of the most innovative products I tested this year. Yes, like Soybu, I didn't get paid, but did receive their product for testing. This is for all those early morning risers that don't like the mining helmet apparatus on their "noggin." Not to be confused with Egg-Noggin...I like that too. I just had a scent flashback to my Grandpa Lyle with his red Christmas sweater with a strong scent of Old Spice sipping on his whiskey infused Eggnog. I digress.
Nightrunner 270 puts the lights where the action is; on your feet! I don't know about you, but I get a bit dizzy aiming my head at my feet trying to avoid rocks and sidewalk lips. These bad boys light up your shoes and everything (you guessed it) within 270 degrees of your wheels. They even have tail-lights. A $59.99 value and added peace-of-mind that you're increasing your safety out there.
Door number three? You were not content with the paper-backed SeekingBostonMarathon.com stickers so we upgraded the logo and went vinyl. Inspired by my "Never Give Up" cap from GSF.Org, we now have SBM Trucker Caps. Want to get to Boston, and want a daily reminder of your quest, this Yupoong technical trucker cap with embroidered SeekingBostonMarathon.com unicorn logo is yours.
The first "batch" off the production line were a bit spendy, so the $50 cap is yours should you be selected! This holiday potpourri rivals Buddy the Elf's sugar-infused spaghetti breakfast! Good luck and thanks to Soybu and Nightrunner 270 for the generous gifts. #hohohoholiday #giveaway
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(SeekingBostonMarathon did not recieve any monetary compensation for this giveaway, but did receive product for review.)