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Become a Sundried ambassador
Do you want to be a Sundried ambassador? Getting support, promotion and kit from the ethical activewear brand Sundried, who also support leading triathlete Alice Hector? Then read on as we have teamed up with them to find their next two ambassadors.
The chosen two will win:
Ambassador status with Sundried for 1 year VIP entry to Southend Triathlon and overnight stay* The new Sundried tri-suit ( landing in May) Press, promotion and support from Sundried
Entries will open 1 March 2017 and to be considered all you need to do is tweet us @220Triathlon telling us why you should be chosen, with the hashtag #220Sundried – you can also attach photos, video to help get your message across and catch the judge’s eye…
Entrants need to be 18 years old and over, and be UK residents – England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Entries close at midnight on 14th March, from which date entries will be shortlisted, and two winners chosen. These will be announced a week later, on 21st March.
*T&C’s apply – Travel expenses not included
Sundried provide premium activewear, trialled and tested by leading triathletes to bring you the best performance wear. Responsibly produced with a low carbon footprint, the brand focuses on creating a brand which provides transparent production, supporting their workers throughout the supply chain to bring activewear to you ethically.
Sundried ambassadors receive a year’s membership, which includes ambassador status, promotion throughout Sundried’s social media and press opportunities, as well as a new Sundried Tri Suit – landing in May!
The winner of this exclusive competition will also gain free entry to Sundried’s triathlon, bringing the sport back to Southend in Essex. The event is a sprint triathlon taking place on 28th May, with overnight stay including breakfast on 27th May. Competition winners will be sent full details.
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