Monday, May 2, 2011

Road ID Package!

Back in the good ol' See Tee! (CT)

We made it back around eleven PM last night and I'll say I was quite tired since it was already an hour past my bed time.  However, as soon as I came in the door I got excited because I had a new package!

I wonder what it could be!

My Ankle ID!!

Thanks to Road ID and Outside PR, I am now the proud owner of the Road ID product Ankle ID.  As the review page indicates, I'll have a review of the product up some time in the next few weeks and if you're all good little bloggers, I might even have a giveaway for you!  So go check out the Road ID product page HERE and get up to date with what they've got.

But until then, there are savings to pass along to you!

If you've debated, considered, or thought about getting a Road ID product, I've got multiple $1 off coupons for you to use.

The first twenty people to use the above code before 05/27/2011 will get $1 off any Road ID order


The first twenty people to use the above code before 06/04/2011 will get $1 off any Road ID order

Once those codes are used up, I'll give you the other three that I have.


1.  Do you have any questions or thoughts about the Road ID Ankle or Wrist ID for the upcoming review?
If there are any specific questions I'll use them in my review.

2. If you have a Road ID (or similar) product what do you think of it?  If not, what's your emergency plan?
Before the ID, I let my roommate know where I was going and when I'd be back.  I still will, but I am much safer now.

Stay fit.  Stay healthy. 


Aimee said...

I LOVE my RoadID! My husband and I wear ours every time we go for a ride and run!

Coy Martinez said...

I like my Road ID! It's good to have on you! I'm ready for a giveaway too!!

The only problem is if you have a phone number change.

Anonymous said...

1. Did it make you faster?
2. Does the 2 ounces of weight on your ankle increase muscular strength after repetitive use while running? My 'coach' has been talking up the use of strength training with ankle weights.
3. Not really interested, but here's a serious question, what materials were used in its construction and how were seams welded/stitched/otherwise fastened?