Findarace.com is excited to announce the release of a new partner network, giving event organisers instant access to 600,000 people a month completely free!

Event organisers who list through the findarace.com platform can now not only reach the website’s own 100k+ monthly users but also the users of the websites of the NHS, TriRadar, Men’s and Women’s Running and the Outdoor Swimming Society.

“Race marketing has proved a real pain point for organisers we work with. We’ve been working hard over the last 2 years to build a robust network across the sport and health sector to try and ease the process,” says findarace.com founder David Wearn.

A beta-tested version of the findarace partner network has already proved very successful for some of the biggest names in the industry – including Adidas, Human Race and Virgin Sports, and findarace.com has big plans for growing the partnership to expand the reach even further.

According to David, it all links back to the reason findarace.com was first conceived, “There are so many exciting races being put on around the country and at the same time people are struggling to find their next challenge. Our aim is to bring events and participants together as simply as possible.”

For a full list of network partners and to add your events for free visit: https://findarace.com/organisers

 

About findarace.com

Find a Race is an online aggregator of races. Bringing together mass participation sports events into a searchable, comprehensive and accurate database that provides a simple interface for racers to discover their next challenge. Born 5 years ago, findarace.com currently has 50,000 members and over 100,000 users per month offering the perfect platform for organisers to engage with their audience.

 

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Learn more here:
Findarace.com – http://findarace.com/
Add your event and race organiser info – http://findarace.com/organisers

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