HITS Tri Series Offers Incentives, Discounts For Clubs And Coaches

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New triathlon Series offers incentives for triathlon groups, coaches and individuals.

HITS, Inc. today announced special group and individual discount programs for the HITS Triathlon Series, the first race series to feature five distances at each event, with events taking place at unique destinations every month of the year.

“We are extremely excited about the interest our new HITS Triathlon Series has generated among triathletes around the country”

For all USA Triathlon-certified clubs and coaches that register 25 or more athletes for any of the HITS Triathlon Series events (at any distance), HITS has created a unique Group Benefits Package. Discounts and benefits include:

-10% rebate of the total entry fees for the group on the day of the race

-Private tent space/booth for athletes and their families with complimentary refreshments

-Full-page ad in the Official Race Program for that event

-Online listing with group logo and website link on the Affiliates page of the HITS Triathlon Series website

Additionally, HITS is offering two incentive programs for individuals participating in HITS Triathlon Series events. The Multiple Race Distance Incentive offers athletes a 10% rebate off their total entry fee when participating in multiple HITS Triathlon Series race distances at the same weekend (qualifying events include Sprint, Olympic, Half and Full).

With the Multiple Race Frequency Incentive, any athlete who registers for five races, at any distance, within the same calendar year (January 1 – December 31) is welcome to race for free at any distance for the remainder of the year.

Read more: HITS Triathlon Series

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