Happy Holidays! Four Great Last Minute Gifts

MANCHESTER, Conn., (December 21, 2012) – Happy Holidays and a wonderful New Year from all of us at Manchester Running Company! We hope you have a safe Christmas season, get to spend time with your family and friends, and enjoy some time off from work!

If you’re still looking for a great gift for that runner – or prospective runner – on your list, we have some great, inexpensive ideas!

1. Register your runner for the Fifth Annual Finally Spring 5k! & Kids Run. Whether your runner is a beginner or seasoned veteran, this makes a great gift as it’s really two gifts in one! The first 100 registered runners (basically before the new year) will receive a free pair of Manchester Running Company socks distributed on race day! The race is on March 23, 2013 at Highland Park School in Manchester and provides a scenic, moderately challenging route that is fun for all!

2. Brooks Arm Warmers! Perfect for so many activities; we highly recommend these arm warmers as they do a great job keeping your body cool but your arms warm. You can wear a t-shirt with them and still feel plenty comfortable. Makes a perfect gift.

3. Join the MRC Running Club. This is a number of gifts all packed in to one. Your runner will get an MRC dri-fit shirt, a discount to all our races, deeper discounts on products and much more! We are not an exclusive club and we invite all to come out Tuesday evenings in 2013 to the MHS track for workout nights!

4. MRC Socks! The best gift you can get your runner for under $10! These high performance socks will last the whole year, are durable, breathable and the most comfortable socks you’ll ever own (in our opinion).

Worried about getting these gifts before Christmas? If you live within a 20 minute drive of the greater Manchester area, we’ll personally drop anything you order off at your door, before Christmas, for FREE!*

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and a Wonderful New Year!


*If you order after 10:00 a.m. on Christmas Eve (Dec. 24) we will not deliver it by Christmas – we have families too! Hope you understand.

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