FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, April 12, 2007
Company Contact: Alice Kranz, 800-765-8688
Media Contact: Thomas Buell, Jr., 412-720-2218, email@example.com
CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, PA â€“ The revolutionary new TrailFlexâ„¢ Modular Pack System is proud to be the backpack sponsor for the 2007 Adventure Race Collegiate Nationals, which will be held in Reno, Nevada, on April 15, 2007.
Organized by the U.S Adventure Racing Association and cable network CSTV, the event will feature teams from colleges around the country battling it out for bragging rights as adventure race national champions. Two-person teams will mountain bike, trail run and paddle their way to victory.
"We are very proud to be a sponsor of the Adventure Race Collegiate Nationals,â€ said Eric Kauss, TrailFlex President. â€œThe TrailFlex Modular Pack System is extremely well suited to the demands of adventure racers, who require flexible and reliable carrying systems in a multitude of environments, just as it suits the needs of hikers and fly fishing devotees.â€
The TrailFlex System, which has been recognized by Men's Health and Popular Science magazines as one of the best new products for 2007, will be available for purchase in August 2007 from selected retailers or through the company's website at www.TrailFlex.com.
Available in light, durable fabrics, the innovative, patent-pending design of the TrailFlex System provides a torso-hugging foundation on which adventure racers, hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts can attach a wide variety of gear â€“ from GPS pouches to energy drink holders â€“ with comfort, convenience and easy access.
The secret to such incredible flexibility is patent-pending Advanced Modular Technologyâ„¢ that makes it easy to attach and reconfigure more than 20 custom-tailored gear pouches to the TrailFlex Base Harness.
Whether it's an early morning outing or a multi-day adventure, the TrailFlex System provides a unique, customized system to keep personal items and equipment organized and within easy reach.
The TrailFlex System starts with a base harness with removable hydration pouch that retails for $89.95. The System comes in two torso lengths with adjustable lumbar, shoulder, and sternum straps to ensure a body-hugging fit. From there, customization is limited only by one's imagination.
Detachable modular gear pouches (sold separately) include backpack (MSRP $69.95), waist pack (MSRP $24.95), organizer, MP3 player pouch, camera pouch, sunglasses case, energy drink holder, cell phone/radio/GPS holder, knife/flashlight holder, and binocular pouch. Component prices range from $5.95 to $18.95.
Specially priced packages, which include the TrailFlex base harness and a variety of activity-specific components, range in price from $139.95 to $229.95.
For more information about the TrailFlex Modular Pack System, visit www.TrailFlex.com. For information about the Adventure Race Collegiate Nationals, go to www.usara.com or www.thecollegiatenationals.com.
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