Nyheter - 8th February 2018

parkrun Nordics welcomes Salming Sports as a sponsor


We’re delighted to announce that Salming Sports will be a sponsor of parkrun Nordics in 2018.
Salming Sports have a well-established history across a range of indoor sports, leading the way for footwear for squash, floorball, handball and badminton. It wasn’t until 2012 that the journey began in their running shoe range and they have quickly established themselves as an innovative and progressive brand in the running industry, with a range of shoes to suit all distances and terrain. And their funky, home-grown designs bring a bit of colour to your running. You can read all about their shoes here.
Salming appreciate what parkrun does and what it stands for, bringing people together to enjoy a Saturday morning 5km in the great outdoors. They will be helping to promote parkrun in their social media channels, bringing parkrun events to a wider audience wherever they are. And occasionally you may even get the chance to try on a pair of brand new Salming shoes for your Saturday morning parkrun when the Salming Switcher Tour makes a guest appearance at your local event.
“From a both national and global perspective, teaming up with parkrun adds even more fuel to the quick development of our brand” says Joakim Sandin, International Sales Manager of Salming.
We’re grateful for their support in helping to develop parkrun in Sweden and the Nordics and allowing us to do what we love – delivering parkrun events every Saturday morning.

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