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Profile for Kevin Runners

Kevin Runners
Member Since: June 25, 2015
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Posts: 5

Bienvenue sur mon profil !

 

Pour faire simple, je suis Manager des ventes pour un magasin de running / course à pied en France. 

 

Je m'occupe de définir les priorités et les objectifs pour les ventes de notre matériel, à savoir : chaussures de running, équipement de trail et de course à pied...

 

Je suis également le propriétaire et créateur du blog Soldes Running, un portail qui recense tous les bons plans et les actualités du petit monde de la course à pied. Si vous êtes à la recherche de soldes ou de bons plans pour votre future paire de chaussures, n'hésitez pas à aller y jeter un oeil.

Si je peux donner quelques conseils pour bien choisir votre chaussure :

- Définissez votre foulée. Que vous ayez une foulée pronatrice, supinatrice ou universelle, votre besoin ne sera absolument pas le même.

- Attendez le bon moment. Des soldes et des promotions surgissent souvent sur Internet. Attendez ce moment opportun et allez jeter un oeil tous les matins sur mon blog Soldes Running.

- Ne succombez pas au Marketing des marques ! Oui, les chaussures Nike sont jolies mais NON ce ne sont pas forcément les plus adaptées à vos besoins de runner.

En espérant vous avoir un peu plus éclairé sur qui je suis et ce que je fais.



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