We are very excited here at Intersport about some live filming at parkruns across the UK and Ireland over the next year, and we could be at a parkrun near you!
In all of our films we will be looking at the amazing community support at parkrun, seeing how Intersport is helping to keep parkrun free forever, and meeting fabulous parkrunners who make parkrun what it is.
If you’re on holiday in west Wales, come along and join us at the Llanelli Coast parkrun tomorrow! We’ll be joined by some of our friends from Scarlets Rugby and leading the way with live filming on the Intersport Ireland Facebook page. Whether you’re at Llanelli Coast or any other surrounding parkrun, wear your red Scarlets shirt in support and have a fantastic 5k!
We hope that you are enjoying your holidays and your running adventures at home and abroad, and don’t forget that whatever your running needs, we’re always on hand at Intersport with plenty of expert advice, from tips about running through to gait analysis and finding your perfect shoe. Find your nearest store here.
Remember that you can claim 10% off at Intersport as part of our ongoing parkrun partnership price #PPP*. Simply show your parkrun barcode in store (#DFYB!) to claim 10% off running products**.
Happy holidays, and see you at your next parkrun!
*PPP valid at all participating Intersport stores; see our website for details.
** Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion.
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