"Picking up the activity at age 41, the Asheville resident immediately noticed a major issue in the apparel market: a lack of comfortable, practical running clothes for older women. Much of the apparel she saw was too hot, too short or had unrealistically small pockets."
I hope you'll join along in encouraging & motivating one another during these dark and cold winter months. Push a little farther than you normally would and feel great heading into the spring. I know for me, it's always easier with some accountability!
So, in the coming days I will have more information about a fundraiser that I'm having in partnership with another North Carolina company. The money we raise will be donated to a non profit organization that is working to coordinate and produce large amounts of PPE for the medical industry. Please stay tuned for details next week on how you can participate and help this cause.
I'm worried about the factory that produces my products and all my suppliers that will also feel the financial burden because of this. I'm worried about all the small businesses out there that will most certainly feel effects from this.
As always, I am inspired and in awe of all the different people I meet. I love to hear what you are doing and what it is you need in your running apparel. Blyss Running is a very small business and I do take everything you say to heart.