If you watched the Hood To Coast video yesterday (if not, go do it NOW) to the very end you saw that we had a lot of support from other companies. It’s amazing how many connections some of the other ladies have! I totally benefited and got awesome goodies – loot, really – so it’s only fair that I thank them, especially since I’ve thanked Nuun more than enough (well, probably not, but you get what I mean).
Not only were Kelly and Carrie amazing teammates – unfortunately not in my van – they also gave us each a wicked skirt.
I chose “gunmetal” since I could wear it with most of my tops. Two reasons these skirts are awesome: 1) easily identifiable – we could pick out our runners in crowds and from far away and 2) you can wear them over your own bottoms as they aren’t lined. This is excellent when travelling in a van and not wanting to wear the same bottoms each leg.
Check back next month: you could win your own Team Sparkle skirt.
We were fortunate enough to have BuildASign.com on board with us (literally). They made us fantastic car magnets that held on for more than the 200 miles. We didn’t lose a single one during the entire trip. They were well made (strong) and went so well with our van.
I LOVE my bracelet. I’ve known about them for awhile, but never had the chance to order one for myself. So when Kelly asked what saying we wanted on ours I knew right away: FOCUS. I chose it because that’s what I fight with the most in my running. I think it’s come off a grand total of 3 times since August.
|Made of metal and leather… pretty hard to ruin it running.|
Almond butter in handy single serve packs. I know I got a packet – I had to claim one before they were all gone, but don’t remember eating it. Now, this isn’t because it’s forgettable. I was told it was excellent. But either I ate it when I was too tired to notice or I brought it home and have promptly lost it.
It amazes me that we had a box of Raspberry Chocolate Roctane in the van the entire time and we forgot about it. The bonus to that, of course, is that there were lots of leftovers when we got back to Nuun HQ. Even better (for me), most of the people who were around either didn’t like it or couldn’t eat it. I now have a dozen of them to use once training starts back up again. Hooray!