Everactiv is looking for sporty young ladies to join their ambassador programme.
everactiv, one of the UK’s newest suppliers of technical sportswear for girls, is looking for inspiring sports girls to join its exclusive Ambassadors Programme – #everactivgirl.
Aged between approximately seven and fourteen and with a passion for sport, Ambassadors will share their sporting stories with the everactiv community and help everactiv discuss topical issues. In return Ambassadors will receive a number of benefits including exclusive technical clothing.
Catriona Morrison, Director, everactiv said, “We’re all about supporting and encouraging girls within their sport and we are keen to ensure that we are discussing issues that matter to girls in sport whether that be nutrition advice, motivational coaching or technical help on an aspect of their sport.
“We currently have some terrific girls on our programme with backgrounds in athletics, climbing and triathlon who really enjoy being members of #everactivgirl. We’re now looking for a further ten girls from across the UK to join the programme.”
Applications are open here, www.everactiv.com.
everactiv offers technical sportswear for junior and youth athletes and was founded by former world champion professional triathlete, Catriona Morrison MBE, and business partner, Linda Barclay.
Linda Barclay is an accomplished businesswoman, mum, enthusiastic runner and experienced junior run coach, who has combined her passion for sport and skill in business to launch the brand.
Catriona Morrison MBE won numerous World Championship titles at triathlon and duathlon during her career as a professional athlete. She competed for Scotland at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester and in Melbourne in 2006. After retiring from professional sport, Catriona turned her focus to business. She is a graduate of the Saltire Fellowship, having studied at one of the leading business schools in the USA.
If you know someone who would be a perfect fit for their ambassador programme get in touch with Linda and Catriona, and help inspire more girls to get into sport.