Contact: Chris Douglas - Presidio Sports Management
Trail Racing Over Texas Announces Red Bull as Race Series Supporter
Houston, Texas (August 3, 2016) – Trail Racing Over Texas, the largest community-based trail racing organization in the state of Texas, today announced Red Bull as a new series supporter. Beginning with the Night Moves Trail race, Red Bull and Trail Racing Over Texas will collaborate on a variety of ways to positively impact trail racing experiences for all event participants. Chief amongst those, Red Bull energy drink will be available on-course to runners at all Trail Racing Over Texas races through 2017, starting with the competitions taking place this weekend at Jack Brooks Park south east of Houston.
“Red Bull is synonymous with endurance sports and with athletes of all kinds exploring their potential. Being one of the most globally recognized brands in the fitness and performance space, Red Bull is the most relevant of partners for us. We are looking to continue to push the boundaries of what trail running is here in Texas and are looking forward to doing that with the support of Red Bull.” Rob Goyen RD of Trail Racing Over Texas.
Trail Racing Over Texas produces a variety of races that fit well with Red Bull, which is deeply involved with other iconic events such the Speedgoat 50K, Red Bull 400, Red Bull Lionheart, and Way to Cool 50K. From ultra trail races in the mountains of Texas to night marathons, this partnership is sure to help runners reach their goals.
For more information about Trail Racing over Texas or please contact Robert Goyen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT TRAIL RACING OVER TEXAS
Trail Racing Over Texas (TROT) produces the largest trail running series in Texas with over 16 races offering a variety of distances from 5k’s to ultra-marathons, kids only races and night races. TROT is a community-based company that aims to involve and benefit local communities by giving back in various ways. TROT is also devoted to bringing greater awareness to the Texas State Parks and Wildlife Department by placing races in beautiful Texas State Parks.