Revitalise, Recycle & Reward at Coes in October

POSTED ON: 25/09/2019

Runners are all different, from the shoes they wear and the miles they run, to the motivation needed to go the extra mile. This October, Coes are celebrating the sport of running by hosting industry experts such as Brooks, ON and New Balance as well as a recycle and reward initiative in-store, at their flagship shop in Ipswich.

Running is a key sport for Coes and has been for many years, with over 1,000 pairs of trainers in stock from leading sportswear brands. Their designated Run Zone enables customers the opportunity to receive biomechanical gait analysis as well as knowledgeable advice. Passionate to motivate and provide good customer service, Coes is the destination for anything running related.

This October, Coes have teamed up with SOEX, the largest clothing and shoe reuse and recycle company in the world, to encourage you to recycle your old trainers. Every year over 300 million pairs of shoes are thrown out by the public in the UK, with the majority going to landfill. Recycling trainers provides a sustainable end-of-life solution, either as second-hand items or as secondary raw materials for the car industry, building industry or textile industry. Recycling shoes can make a big difference to the environment, which is why Coes will be encouraging their customers to bring in their old trainers, and as a thank you, they will get 20% off a new pair in return.

In addition, industry specialists such as Helen Davies: 50k Silver medallist runner, leading running footwear and clothing brand experts, as well as therapists from Gilmour Piper and John Reynolds Soft Tissue Therapy will be in-store sharing their knowledge on a range of topics from shoe construction to biomechanics. 

Peter Hubka says, “Run Month brings together key elements that we feel are important to runners, ensuring specialist advice is given, and an opportunity to help the environment as well as receiving a great offer that gives incredible value for money on the current season’s styles.”

So, whether you’re a running fanatic or new to the sport, Coes Run Month will be sure to motivate you this season, designed to revitalise, recycle and reward runners new and old. 

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