We’re pleased to announce that pumping up event promotions for the 2017 Coquitlam Crunch ‘Diversity’ Challenge is snapd Tri-Cities and Sandpiper Signs!
“snapd is well-known in the community for supporting local events and charities, and we’re pleased they came to our aid,” said Brian Kenny, event co-chair and president of the Nothin’ Dragon Masters 50+ dragon boat team, who are event organizers for the second year in a row. “Everyone looks to their event calendar, and loves to see themselves, or someone they know in snapd. We really appreciate the promotional support from both snapd and Sandpipers Signs & Decals.”
“I am very excited to support the Coquitlam Crunch Diversity Challenge through media and signage sponsorship,” said Carlo Zarrillo, owner of Sandpiper Signs and Decals. “This event and its location bring together, in one spot, everything my wife Bonita Zarrillo and I love about Coquitlam. The Crunch trail is a perfect location for a fun but rewarding workout, and we get to support diversity, while increasing awareness around inclusive communities. We are very excited to be able to participate as well as snap pictures on-site of all the smiling faces. See you all there September 9th!”
Event posters, handbills, and promotional cards will be seen throughout the Tri-Cities. The event planning committee is already busy handing out information about the upcoming event, which will support not only the dragon boat team which functions under the Dogwood Seniors Society and has an average age of 65 years, but due to the tireless efforts of event founder Alex Bell, the event created the Coquitlam Foundation’s ‘Diversity Fund” and to date has raised over $18,000.
Event planning committee members will be out at the the Crunch Trail over the coming weeks to talk to Crunch users about getting involved in the upcoming challenge which provides participants three ways to get involved. The easiest way to get involved is to simply show up on September 9 and make a donation, and enjoy the Recreational component, perfect for families or large groups. Those up for a big challenge can register for the Stair Master which will see who is the fastest up the 437 stairs of the Crunch; or they can register for the 4-hour Make It or Break It challenge, to see who has the fastest time, with the most up and down 280m loops of popular hiking trail. Events run from 8 a.m to 1 p.m.
To get more information, and register, go to coquitlamcrunch.com. Although all proceeds go to the cause, participants can save if they register before September 7.
snapd Tri-Cities is a part of a full service media company. They put out a FREE monthly print publication specializing in a “non-political” friendly and entertaining photographic view of living in our community. They cover everything including: home, business, birthday and surprise parties; sporting events; business openings, sales and events; festivals & concerts; people on the street; parades; carnivals; and general daily life. They also include an upcoming events calendar, cartoons, jokes & quotes, recipes and informative articles. The paper is printed monthly and distributed through “exit news racks” at key Retail Stores and strategically by Current Advertisers in the area. For more information visit: https://tricitiesbc.snapd.com
Sandpiper Signs & Decals Inc. is a well established sign company in Coquitlam, BC who specialize in banners, large sign printing & installation, window decals, fridge magnets, vehicle graphics, trade show displays, and more. Get more information at: www.sandpipersigns.com
The Coquitlam Crunch ‘Diversity’ Challenge is an annual event founded by Tri-City’s resident Alex Bell, which celebrates diversity and supports the Nothin’ Dragon Masters senior dragon boat team and their community programs, and the Coquitlam Foundation’s ‘Diversity’ Fund. The event started in 2010 and takes place at the Coquitlam Crunch hiking trail in B.C., Canada. The Challenge features a Stair Master competition; the Make It Or Break It 4-hour competition; and a Recreational category. Learn more at coquitlamcrunch.com