Friday, February 25, 2011

2011 Southeastern Multisport Expo!!! February 26th, 1:30-7:30p

"Two posts in a day???  Don't you have anything better to do?"

I wish!  Things got backed up at work, and I forgot to post this for everyone that is within driving distance of Atlanta.  I am in no way associated with this, I just think it is really cool and I wanted people to know about it.


I am just gonna copy and paste a few things from their site, that way I am not butchering anything :)

Hold the date for the southeast's largest endurance and multisport event! SEE-ME 2011, presented by Classic Subaru of Atlanta, is unlike any other expo you’ve ever been to – it’s all here to help you learn, explore and discover what you need to compete in endurance and multisport events. The day is designed to help you, no matter if you are a newbie or an experienced athlete, learn, explore and discover what it takes to get to the starting line.


New for 2011 is the SEE-ME Fit Zone, sponsored by All3Sports!  You won't want to miss the separate area just off the main exhibition floor where you can see demonstrations and ask questions from service providers who specialize in getting you "fit" for the season ahead.  No, we're not talking about personal trainers and dietitians...although that's important too.  The SEE-ME Fit Zone will be for all kinds of "fittings" such as:  wetsuits fitting, sports bra fitting, speciality shoe fitting, spin bike fitting, road/tri bike fitting, and much more!  Ask the Fit Zone experts and get fit early before the training season kicks into full swing

Once again, a highlight of SEE-ME is the raffle of gear and services items graciously donated by local and regional multisport organizations. You can purchase raffle tickets during the expo event up until the raffle at 6:00 pm. Raffle winners MUST be present to win!


Another highlight to the annual event is the awarding of the Henry C. Forrest "Person of Courage" recipient. SEE-ME is proud to reward someones efforts that you might not otherwise know about because he/she would rather go un-noticed. What better way to recognize someones notable accomplishments than at the multisport kick-off event for the Southeast? Nominate someone for the 2011 award at this link. The Getting2Tri Foundation is this year's sponsor of the Person of Courage award.


DIRECTIONS/LOCATION: Concourse Athletic Club, 8 Concourse Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30328, (770) 698-2000


1 comment:

Kona Shelley said...

Hey you!! So happy to see you on here..:)