New for 2022, Trail Sisters is excited to announce our newest partnership with Salt Lake City, UT based nutrition brand, Gnarly Sports Nutrition!
Gnarly Nutrition creates amazing products to help fuel your adventures or anything life may throw at you. Founder, Eli Kerr had a vision to create a brand that builds people and that inspires individuals to reach their true potential. Both Trail Sisters and Gnarly Nutrition share values based on a community first ethos, and foster opportunities for camaraderie.
“It’s a clean product comprised of natural ingredients that has you feeling refreshed and recharged. I’m super excited about our upcoming partnered projects, and for the TS Community to experience and learn more about Gnarly Nutrition.” – Gina Lucrezi, Founder, Trail Sisters
The 2022 partnership includes focus areas in both digital and in-person. TS Local Groups can expect demo visits to experience Gnarly’s latest and greatest, and the TS Community Team will have access to samples and nutrition education. Gnarly Nutrition will be on tap as the hydration partner for both the Run with Her Retreats located in Boulder, CO and Trail Sisters Women’s Trail Half Marathon held on Saturday, Sept. 10th, 2022.
On the digital side, the TS Community will be kept in the know with product information and new releases. Trail Sisters members will also have access to free educational training on nutrition and fueling provided by the professionals at Gnarly Nutrition, located in the TS Resource Center.
“Gnarly Nutrition is excited to partner with the growing Trail Sisters community. The Trail Sisters team has been an incredible force in regard to bringing new runners into the sport, providing them with running education as well as local “sisters” to support runners at whatever level they’re at. The Gnarly team hopes we can add to this already great community by offering our nutritional expertise and keeping all of the Trail Sisters runners fueled for many seasons to come!” -Liz, Marketing Manager, Gnarly Sports Nutrition
Expect to see a lot from this partnership as it’s a great opportunity for community members to learn more about general nutrition, how to fuel properly, and how it can effect one’s overall experience on the trails.