New Contest! Enter Drawing for a Free Pair of New Balance 905!
Posted Oct 28 2009 11:05pm
RunnerDude's Blog is excited to announce that the wonderful people at New Balance are providing the prize for the next RunnerDude contest! And what a prize it is—a pair of the brand new, soon-to-be-released New Balance 905!
This fall, Boston-based New Balance debuted a premium lightweight stability trainer, the New Balance 905, which can be used for both training and racing. The 905 will launch this January 2010 and retail for $109.95.
The New Balance 905 offers premium support technology including a LockDown Liner™ and an NLOCK® lacing system, which have all been integrated into the upper to provide a custom fit. A TS2 Post provides pronation control and a Stability Web provides lightweight midfoot support. A full ABZORB strobel board provides enhanced cushioning and comfort and ACTEVA® LITE ensures a lightweight and responsive ride. A LIGHTNING DRY PHANTOM LINER™ provides moisture management and blister-free comfort, Ndurance rubber provides long wearing durability and the New Balance SURE LACE™ keeps the shoes tied on race day or during long training runs. The 905 also features 360 degree reflectivity to ensure runner visibility in low-light conditions.
How to Enter:
To enter, simply email RunnerDude firstname.lastname@example.org 11:59 PM (EST)Wednesday, November 25th. Be sure to put "New Balance Contest" in the email's subject line and put your name in the body of the email. That's it! Each email will be assigned a different number based on the order that the emails are received. The winning number will be selected by The True Random Number Generator atRandom.org. The winner will be announced onThanksgiving Day, November 26, 2009"Whatcha" waiting for? Email RunnerDude today!
New Balance, headquartered in Boston, MA has the following mission: Demonstrating responsible leadership, we build global brands that athletes are proud to wear, associates are proud to create and communities are proud to host. New Balance employs more than 4000 people around the globe, and in 2008 reported worldwide sales of $1.64 billion. For more information about New Balance, please [ click here ].