Congratulations to all the runners of the La Jolla Half Marathon, and we want to say thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth. We had a great time exhibiting our newest headbands, which are 1” versions of the popular Halo II Pullover and Halo V Velcro Headband. We can’t wait to get this product launched and we’re happy to say that the few we had on hand for sale at the expo went quickly!
This year’s race was filled with excitement and emotion. The La Jolla Half Marathon is a hilly, intense race that starts at sea level and increases elevation up to 480’ above sea level. Every runner had to have intense training leading up to the race, but it was all worth it when they crossed the finish line.
We would also like to give special congratulations to the winners of the men’s and women’s category. The winner of the men’s division, Kosuke Amano, finished with a time of 1:14:59, and the winner of the women’s division, Sierra Walker, had a finish time of 1:24:52. The followers were close behind, but ultimately these two race winners proved to be the strongest competitors.
In addition to the La Jolla Half Marathon, Halo Headband will be attending several events coming up. We will be setting up booths so stop by and browse our selection of sweat resisting head bands. Come see us out at our next event:
Be sure to check out our Upcoming Events page or follow us on Facebook for the latest events we will be attending. We will be offering a great variety of headbands at these events that you can use start using as soon as you buy. Every headband is guaranteed to keep the sweat out of your eyes so you can focus on your competition. Our headbands also include Dryline® technology to help wick away sweat and absorb moister. Don’t let sweat hold you back, get a Halo Headband today!
Halo Headband helps you train with patented Sweatblock Technology found in their headbands that keeps sweat out of your eyes and face. Also, watch the inspiring video the La Jolla Half Marathon dedicated to the tragic events that occurred during the Boston Marathon.