There’s that moment when you finish something that you never thought you would, you did it well, and you are extremely proud of yourself for reaching that goal. It’s almost indescribable but there’s a part of you that wants to hold on to that feeling for a very long time.
Runner’s Feat is helping female runners hold on to that unique feeling by providing special, race and distant-specific beads for a bracelet.
This small company actually got started after Patty ran a race and made a bead for herself as a way to celebrate her accomplishment. After many compliments and requests from friends for her to make them one as well, she decided that more people might like to have a bead too. Patty and her husband, Tim, work together while traveling the country to sell their beads and other products. They find out about dozens of races and begin the creative process.
The beads are high quality, made here in the U.S., and each race has a distinctive design created by Patty herself. They have several large race-specific beads, but they also think about those smaller races too. And if you don’t see a bead for your race, they can make a custom-designed bead for you and your friends. To see the whole line of their beads, check out their website. Also, ask to be their friend on Facebook and you’re sure to hear about exciting races – probably some you never knew existed.
Their whole mission is to help make each runner feel the pride of their accomplishment every time they slip on that bracelet. In addition to these very special beads, Runner’s Feat offers quirky and fun stickers to place on your car. With funny sayings like, “13.1, half the distance, double the fun,” it’s just another way to show pride in your running achievements.
Whether the distance is 5k or 26.2 miles, each female runner deserves the opportunity to show that she finished something exciting. Susan J. Campbell would like to give a congratulations to all the ladies out there who are training hard for these races, to those who have completed them, and to Runner’s Feat for providing them a way to hold on to that accomplishment for years to come.