RunnerBox Does It Again
Have I mentioned lately how much I LOVE RunnerBox? This is such an innovative idea. Ship customers one of a kind nutritional and useful samples in a box, put lots of fun stuff in it, and celebrate Christmas (or other denominational holiday) once every two months!
RunnerBox has permanently switched to a bi-monthly format…which is a good thing because it is tough to try everything they send you in just one month!
The subscription itself is $20 every other month, and a nominal $7 shipping fee. It is chock full of stuff! Wanna see?
Here is the box size comparison from the monthly box to the bi-monthly box. Yep…twice as big!
Inside, still the inspirational quote!
And the “packaged with care” packaging!
This months runner box contained the following:
An assortment of Protein Bars, including a Quest bar, a Just Great Stuff bar, and the new Spiced Pumpkin Pie Clif Bar (leave it to RunnerBox to get a hard to find sample to you, hand delivered even)!
An assortment of other yummy foods, including a Muschie’s Fruit Medley Bar, A Garukabar, a Get Up and Go Caffeinated Granola sampler, a Betty Lou’s gluten free Almond Butter ball (high five on the gluten free), and a bag of The Good Bean’s sea salt roasted chickpeas.
Other stuff includes a bag of Extreme Sport Beans, a sample of Blister Shield Blister bandages (who doesn’t need this), Salt Stick caps (look interesting), a Foot Rubz (HELLO!), and a Active Accessories Hair Band/Bracelet.
Guess which one I got?!?
How did they know that I LOVE neon AND ran a marathon this year? Hmmmmmm.
But that’s not all! There is also a plethora of coupons related to all the items enclosed in the box!
Personally, I like to try it all at least once. This is a great way to do that. Plus, the stuff you get isn’t stuff you can find at your local supermarket. Much of it is from unique, privately owned businesses who cater to the runner and his/her athletic performance. The subscription can be cancelled at any time, no questions asked. But I think you’ll find that the quality of the items received far outweighs the cost of the subscription. Give it a try! Or buy one for a running campadre. What a great Christmas gift!
RunnerBox has kindly offered me a sample bi-monthly RunnerBox to offer to YOU! Would you like one? Here’s what you have to do.
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