The following post is sponsored by MyRaceRagz. No compensation was provided, but they did send me a custom race tee to review. All opinions are my own. And there's a giveaway at the end!
I've been reading (and loving) a lot of winter race recaps lately. Right now, my running game is somewhat limited as I am 21 weeks along with baby #2. I'm still comfortable when I run, but I couldn't possibly add any race training to my schedule since I am already teaching group fitness four times a week. That would just be too much for this momma. So I'm keeping it to 3-milers at least twice a week, usually on Thursday and Saturday mornings.
Until this baby is born and I can return to some solid training, race recaps will continue to motivate me, as will looking ahead to potential fall races. This certainly helps, too:
MyRaceRagz reached out to me a few weeks ago and offered up the chance to review their service. They're an awesome company, really. And I totally dig the concept of customized race shirts. I got a few made through a local service last summer when a group of us ran the Indianapolis Women's Half Marathon, and even though that company was right down the road, it was a difficult process and the customization definitely added up, too. Had I known about MyRaceRags, that's probably the direction I would have gone.
You're not limited to text only.
You're not limited to certain colors.
You can basically do what you want, as long as you're okay with a white tech tee...but that tech tee can be long- or short-sleeved, even sleeveless. Yes, they all wick moisture away which we all know is key. And you can very easily print on both sides.
Other things to note:
• No order minimums.
• Custom shirts range from $31-$40.
• Free shipping after you spend $50.
• 10% discount on ten or more items.
MyRaceRagz is giving one lucky Daily Dose reader the chance to customize their own race tee. Literally, you can do whatever you want with it! Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter. I'll pick a winner after Midnight EST on Friday, January 31, 2014. Unfortunately, you must be a resident of the USA to enter, per MyRaceRagz. Good luck!
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