At Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Augusta and Lake Oconee, we strive to be a business that gives back to our CSRA community. We believe that everyone prospers when local organizations consciously support the people and places that support them. The Tri-Augusta Club is one of these kind of groups.
You may know that a great event is happening in our community this weekend – the Augusta Half-Marathon. You may not know that Augusta is developing reputation for being a national exercise hot-spot. Tri-atheletes from all over the world come to Augusta for events like the Half Iron Man and the Half Marathon. The Tri-Augusta Club is a big part of this.
The Tri-Augusta Club is a great local resource for people who love to exercise. They regularly host regular training exercises and social events. At Tri-Augusta, you can find an exercise coach, training partners, or simply just a group of friends who like to live an active lifestyle. Best of all, the Tri-Augusta Club is open to anyone, from the 5k newbie to the Kona veteran.
Half as Long – Twice As Cool
I have personally benefitted so much from being part of the Tri-Augusta Club and I want others to experience what has been so helpful to me. So, I have decided to help raise awareness and involvement in this important organization by donating prizes for a raffle to be held at the Half Marathon this Sunday. The Tri-Augusta Club will have a tent set-up at the race and the raffle will be giving away 5 $25.00 gift certificates to local restaurants. So, if you are running the Half-Marathon this weekend, or are simply interested in swimming, running or biking, stop on by and meet some folks who are interested in the same.
Running the Augusta Half Marathon
For more information on Tri-Augusta, you can email (email@example.com), check out the webpage, or find them on Facebook and Twitter. Best of all, you can swing the our tent at the Half-Marathon this Sunday.
Hope to see you all there. Happy Half-Marathon,
Pat Otis, President
Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Augusta
Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Lake Oconee