Marathons, these days are run for a cause, unlike the modern Olympics marathon that began in 1896 to recall the ancient glory of Greece. Marathons now have a new meaning all together- to promote a cause and also as a corporate social responsibility (CSR) done by brands to increase their goodwill in the existing market.
Marathons are promotional in nature, usually to promote a brand or fund a cause or to generate mass awareness about grave issues such as domestic violence, killing of the girl child, diabetes and other such things that need immediate attention and action. Which is what brings us to how promotional marathon clothing can really help give your brand the required exposure and attention- precisely because you’re associated with a social cause and of course, because your brand’s logo & motto is being worn by the participants, giving your brand a social edge over the others; so what if it does not deal with products and services for the common man. Marathon shirts can really be influential on people and their decisions.
Some of the best marathons that are a part of most bucket lists are the Athens Classic Marathon, which is as good as running the original (remember, the modern marathon was run largely to glorify the Greek culture and also its historic relevance in the world). The inspiring finish of this marathon can’t be beat by the other big marathons. Another popular one is of course the Berlin Marathon, which is sure to bowl you away with its scintillating scenic beauty and the peppy crowd that cheer you all the way till the end of the run. Who would want to miss out on that one?! The Chicago Marathon is where most of the Marathon world records have been broken; so if you’re looking to make history, you could catch up on this one, right in the picturesque city of Chicago! You’re sure to be greeted with a tremendously supportive crowd!
Promote your brand the best way possible- marathon t-shirts that are sure to give your brand the exposure and recall value that will be imprinted on the hearts and minds of the people. And of course, first and foremost, ask yourself the most integral question, What Moves You?