Red Fox Teams Up with MetroPCS Dallas Marathon as the Official Headphone Sponsor

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NIXA, MO (November 10th, 2014) – Red Fox Wireless, an emerging company in the sports and outdoor market that makes Bluetooth wireless headphones and accessories, is proud to support the MetroPCS Dallas Marathon as the Official Headphone Sponsor. 

As a newer player to the market, the impetus for Red Fox Wireless came in the fall of 2010 while CEO & Founder Josh Cates was mountain biking in Red Rocks Canyon and his tangled earphone wires got caught in his tire and caused a crash. Realizing the need for a high quality wire free audio technology alternative, Red Fox was born and launched holiday of 2013. In less than one year, Red Fox has become a premiere brand of bluetooth solutions and accessories for an active lifestyle, and is used by Olympians such as Hunter Kemper and Andy Potts.

Red Fox’s flagship product, the EDGE Bluetooth Headphones, were featured in this past June’s issue of Runner’s Worldas “BestCordlessHeadphones.” The design is comfortable, lightweight, and easy to use. Built-in controls also allow the user to wirelessly change song tracks, control volume, make and take phone calls, and activate Siri or Google Voice.

 "If you’re a runner who trains with music, you know how frustrating wires can be,” said Red Fox CEO and Co-Founder Josh Cates. “We’re all about promoting a healthy lifestyle and if music, audio books or podcasts make it easier for people to get outside, we’re happy to give them the ability to focus on their run, and not the wires by offering a lightweight, easy to use and high quality product.”

To celebrate this partnership, Red Fox is offering 20% off of their full line of products at the MetroPCS Dallas Marathon Health & Fitness Expo and online. Simply visit www.RedFoxWireless.com and enter code WERUNDALLAS at checkout or stop by their booth in December. 

“We’re excited to partner with a company like Red Fox that is innovating in new gear and technology for runners,” said Patrick Byerly, president of the Dallas Marathon. “We look forward to working with Red Fox to deliver an entertaining and memorable MetroPCS Dallas Marathon race weekend experience for all our participants and spectators this December.”

The 2014 MetroPCS Dallas Marathon, Half Marathon and Behringer Relay is Sunday, Dec. 14. For more information or to register, visit www.dallasmarathon.com.

About Red Fox Wireless

The impetus for Red Fox Wireless came in the fall of 2010 while CEO & Founder Josh Cates was mountain biking in Red Rocks Canyon and his tangled earphone wires caused a crash. The Red Fox Story has progressed since realizing the initial need for wireless audio technology of which the marketplace was then virtually void. Red Fox is the leader in active wireless audio headphones, products and accessories. Red Fox promotes healthy lifestyles by delivering high quality audio products so that consumers can enjoy music, audio books, phone calls, and more, while on the go. Long gone are the days of wires getting in the way. With the ease of use and key safety features, one can feel confident that they are purchasing more than just a quality product. With an extensive line of products, Red Fox has a solution for everybody and every lifestyle. www.redfoxwireless.com

About the Dallas Marathon

The Dallas Marathon is a nonprofit organization with a focus on promoting health and physical fitness through running events and related activities. Dating back to 1971, the organization hosts year-round events culminating with Dallas’s largest and Texas’s oldest running marathon: the MetroPCS Dallas Marathon. Now in its 44th running, the marquee property attracts runners from across the globe and hundreds of thousands of spectators to Dallas’s largest single-day sporting event. The MetroPCS Dallas Marathon race course highlights iconic Dallas landmarks and is recognized as the official marathon of the city of Dallas. Since naming a primary beneficiary in1997, the Dallas Marathon has donated more than $3.5 million to Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. For more information, visit dallasmarathon.com.

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