The winter issue of Pace Running Magazine, packed with great running, racing and training information (including the race calendar for Jan/Feb/Mar/Apr) is now available at the Pace Running Magazine headquarters and new Pace Running Shop at 108 S. Main Street, Travelers Rest and at more than 120 locations throughout the Upstate. Pick up your Pace today at a distribution location near you.
For Immediate Release, October 20, 2014
Pace Running Magazine to open Pace Running Shop
Oiselle Women’s Running Apparel and other Running Products
Greenville, SC, October 20, 2014
Pace Running Magazine, the free quarterly Upstate running magazine, announced it will be moving its office to 108 S. Main Street in Travelers Rest, SC, and will open a new retail shop at the same address. Pace Running Magazine will share offices with Go-Green Events, the leading event management company.
The Pace Running Shop will offer premium men’s and women’s running apparel, including Oiselle. The Pace Running Shop will offer a variety of products for the running enthusiast, including the Pace original Cookie Cutter Runner, Accelerade and energy gels from Pacific Health Labs, Nuun hydration, BeeCause Sneaker Charms, products from local fitness and nutrition expert Dr. Rick Kattouf II, and many other running necessities.
The Pace Running Shop is located just steps away from the Swamp Rabbit Trail. The paved rail trail extends from Travelers Rest through Greenville, and is very popular with runners, walkers, and cyclists.
For more information, contact Denise Bryson at 864-650-5381 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you haven’t registered for one of the running events coming up on October 25th, there is still time! You have the choice between the Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K or 5K and a $7 Kids Run! The Spinx Run Fest is the most popular Upstate running event of the year. Pace Running Magazine has been honored to be a part of the Expo since October 2011 (before the magazine’s debut in January of 2012!)
Pace Running Magazine will offer many Expo-Only specials, including discounts on Subscriptions, Pace Shop items including the very popular Cookie Cutter Runner, Sneaker Charms, Pacific Health Lab products (Accel Gels, 2nd Surge, Accelerade), and other fantastic items like KII Chocolate Chip Kookies, Fuel Keeper™, Pace Running Magazine Oval Stickers, and the Pace Running Magazine Race Singlet! Look for these and other goodies and surprises at the Pace Tent on Expo day!
Attention to those going the distance – Pace will be along the Marathon route on race day – look for the Pace camera!
See you on October 24th at the Expo!
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The new issue of Pace Running Magazine has arrived! We are pleased to announce that the Fall 2014 issue is in the mail and on its way to subscribers! The remaining magazines will be distributed around town in Greenville and the Upstate, and beyond into Western North Carolina during this last week of September! View the complete list of Where To Find Pace and keep checking as we will add more locations in the coming weeks.
We hope you enjoy this issue as much as we have enjoyed creating it for you. Happy Running!
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Congratulations to Pace Running Magazine subscriber Kristy Wheeler! Kristy’s name was randomly selected from the list of subscribers. Kristy you have won this lovely “Pace Running Magazine” oval sticker which is a durable vinyl printed with water & UV-resistant inks! It will be in the mail to you soon!
Each month we draw a name of a subscriber and that person will win a prize. This is our way of saying “thank you” to those who subscribe.
Although Pace Running Magazine is a free publication we certainly welcome all readers to subscribe as the subscription dollars not only help with shipping of the magazine but other expenses with printing and production.
Click here for more details on the level of subscriber you can be and how you can become a subscriber today!
Stay tuned for October 1 when we will draw the next name for a special prize!
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by Denise Bryson
It was early July when I received notification of a women’s running retreat in Napa, California, hosted by the adored Olympian runner Kara Goucher. The retreat, scheduled for August 8-10, was only a month away. Registration opened July 7 and was limited to 50 people. Two of my biggest fears are flying and social interaction; however, the lure of being a part of something important in the running community, and escaping the routine of my world for a few days at a haven of running and wine was too much to resist. If I could make happen, I would.
So, I registered and got in!
The flights were not as bad as I feared. And, upon arriving in San Francisco, finding the location of the shuttle to Napa was seamless. As I stood waiting for the first shuttle to The Westin Versa, women began to congregate. We exchanged pleasantries and soon were engaged in polite conversation about where we were from and what the weekend had in store for us.
As I got to know fellow retreaters throughout the weekend, I was fascinated by how varied were the geographical origins of the attendees. Runners had come from New York, Utah, Texas, Maine, Florida, New Jersey, Washington – from all over the U.S.
Although our backgrounds varied vastly, we shared a common thread: Running and the respect for Kara Goucher. (Not to mention having the gumption to sign up for a retreat with 49 other strangers with only a month’s notice!)
My social anxiety diminished, as I was continually comforted by a sense of awe, gratitude, and just the joy of being there –in an elegant 5-star atmosphere, among beautifully talented women. Friday afternoon was spent enjoying a glass of Chardonnay at check-in and pouring over the contents of our generous swag bags. We were given some wonderful gifts from Skechers, Oiselle, Westin, Soleus, Nuun, and Zensah.
In the early evening, we gathered for a social hour (thank you Kara for the “Hello My Name is” stickers), which helped break the ice for many conversations. Kara arrived, and to the delight of us all, was most welcoming and easygoing. What I noticed and admired about Kara was her quiet confidence. Her aura of serenity and composure seemed to waft throughout the room and put us all at ease, ready to enjoy the remainder of the evening socializing and settling into Napa.
During dinner, Kara took a few moments to welcome us and was moved to tears at the realization that her long-held dream for a women’s retreat was actualizing and she was very appreciative of our attendance.
Saturday morning we gathered for a Pilates session led by the incomparable Tracey Katona. Tracey was a calm, reassuring voice guiding us through various movements, which although difficult at times, was a gentle reminder that as a runner I really need to do more of this!
Early Saturday there was an impromptu Q&A with Kara in which she generously shared information with us about her life, training, and goals.
After a light breakfast and break, we met Kara for a run!
We had our choice of a 3 or 5-mile route through the streets of Napa. At about the 1.5 mark we all gathered for a group photo and continued on our way!
Post-run, we enjoyed a snack and then gathered for more core work with Adam and Kara. We were treated to special guest speakers, which included lectures on nutrition with Lottie Bildirici, hydration with Nuun’s Arielle Knutson and Running The Edge authors Adam Goucher and Tim Catalano. After lunch, we listened to a heartfelt talk by clinical social worker and national presenter Anna Paffel. To conclude the afternoon, Skechers provided us with an assortment of shoes to try on!
After a break, we gathered for our last night at the retreat, enjoying a cocktail hour with time to mingle and chat.
Then to dinner, which included a talk by Oiselle CEO Sally Bergesen. It was a beautiful evening, as the bonds that had begun to form the day before, solidified even further. As a group we laughed, and cheered; enjoying more wine, conversation, and selfies.
Sunday morning, Kara set off early for her long run, and a little while later we all gathered in the hotel lobby to board a shuttle, which drove us through Napa to a vineyard surrounded by running trails. Everyone chose her distance and pace for what would be an hour of running before the shuttle headed back for the farewell brunch.
During brunch we spent some quality time sharing more about ourselves and uniting, not only as the “Class of 2014” retreat goers, but as women runners who understood each other, with compassion and support for one another’s dreams, desires and goals. We can do anything we set our hearts to, we WILL do it, we are unlimited!
Kiawah Island: marathon and half marathon, December 13
Divas half marathon series: (use promo code: PACEDIVAS1)
Peachtree City, GA., September 6
DC’s Wine Country, VA. September 13
Long Island, NY. October 5
San Juan, PR. November 9
St. Augustine Beach, FL. December 7
South Mountains: trail half marathon, February 28
In addition to the above fall races, you may consider adding one of these to your spring schedule:
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