Running Specialty Group Boosts Lineup with Run Colorado

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Local active lifestyle banner increases company’s market share to five shops

DENVER--The Running Specialty Group (RSG) is pleased to announce the addition of Run Colorado to its national community of specialty retail shops. This increases RSG’s stake in the Colorado market to five shops, including four Boulder Running Company locations. 

“Run Colorado is a business that is truly dedicated to the sport of running with a great team of experts,” said Bill Kirkendall, Running Specialty Group president. “We are excited to combine this expertise in running with our lineup of industry specialists who are driven by their passion for the sport and fitness in general.”

“Through a collective effort with the right people, we can better engage with our customers to help them achieve their personal fitness goals with the right gear to support that mission,” added Kirkendall. “Our insight and best in class product offerings allow us to provide a unique and premium customer experience for athletes ranging from novice to proficient runner levels.”
Run Colorado was founded in 2009 and operates a single store in Greenwood Village. Visit RunColorado.com to learn more, or check out the store’s Twitter and Facebook pages.
About Running Specialty Group

The Running Specialty Group (RSG) is an operating segment of The Finish Line, Inc. (NASDAQ: FINL). This includes 66 specialty running stores in 15 states and the District of Columbia under The Running Company, Run On!, Blue Mile, Boulder Running Company, Roncker’s Running Spot, Running Fit, VA Runner, Capital RunWalk, Richmond RoadRunner and Garry Gribble’s Running Sports banners. More information is available at www.run.com or www.boulderrunningcompany.com. Follow RSG on Twitter at twitter.com/Run_Dot_Com and “like” RSG on Facebook at facebook.com/Run.com.
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Running Specialty Group / Dianna L. Boyce, Corporate Communications, 317-613-6577

Source Running Specialty Group (RSG) through BUSINESS WIRE by press release©

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