News - 19th September 2017

Still time to claim your free Run Pack at Intersport!

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We’d like to remind all parkrunners this week of our free Run Pack giveaway when you spend €75 on Asics footwear – available until 30 September at Intersport.


If you need some more running shoes (and don’t we all deserve some new ones for autumn?) then now is the time to treat yourself! The Run Packs are worth €40 and include a water bottle, headphones and a three-pack of running socks – a fantastic bundle of running gear whether you’re heading to parkrun or doing a longer training session in the hills.


The Run Packs are proving very popular, so make sure you get down to your local Intersport soon! The promotion is live until Saturday 30 September and while stocks last at participating stores. 


Find out more about the promotion here and please do call your local Intersport store to check offer availability – you can find your nearest store here.


Don’t forget that as parkrunners you can claim 10% off full price running products, including ASICS footwear, at participating Intersport stores. Simply show your parkrun barcode in store (#DFYB!) to claim your parkrun partnership price #PPP*. 


As you know, we are always on hand with plenty of expert advice from tips about running through to gait analysis to finding your perfect shoe, and we always love chatting to fellow parkrunners. 


Make sure you follow us on Twitter @IntersportIE with #loveparkrun, and like us on Facebook to keep up with what’s going on.


The team at Intersport


*PPP valid at all participating Intersport stores. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion.

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