DENVER--The Running Specialty Group (RSG) today announced the addition of Raleigh Running Outfitters to its national community of specialty shops. Combined with Capital RunWalk, this enriches RSG’s customer experience for the greater Triangle running community.
“We are pleased to expand our footprint in North Carolina through the addition of Raleigh Running Outfitters,” said Bill Kirkendall, Running Specialty Group president. “As runners ourselves, we know that passion combined with the correct product, technology, service standards and knowledge are all elements for success in running specialty.”
“Our mission is to inspire, connect and serve runners by uniting our resources to become the running authority in our communities to propel our customers to reach peak performance, achieve personal fitness milestones or simply support an active lifestyle among friends,” added Kirkendall. “Community is a key part of our mission and we are committed to staying true to those we serve as we fine tune our platforms and look for opportunities to grow.”
Raleigh Running Outfitters was founded in 2003 by avid runner and marathoner Jim Micheels and his wife, Carolyn. It currently serves the Raleigh and Cary communities. Visit raleighrunning.com to learn more about store events, training groups, clinics, resources or stay connected via 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 68 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, Garry Gribble’s Running Sports, Run Colorado and Raleigh Running Outfitters 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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Contacts: Running Specialty Group / Dianna L. Boyce, 317-613-6577 / Corporate Communications
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