Herbalife Nutrition and Strong Viking continue their collaboration
Two more years of support by sports nutrition for obstacle runners
UTRECHT – The globally operating food company Herbalife Nutrition and obstacle run organisation Strong Viking have extended their sportive collaboration contract for two more years on 12th of February 2019. Both parties challenge participants of the Strong Viking editions in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium to really achieve their health goals.
Directors of both companies are very satisfied with the extension of their strong partnership. Jan Reijs, founder of Strong Viking, believes the success of this collaboration is due to the good guidance of their participants. “Herbalife Nutrition gives our participants the right guidance before, during and after the runs. This makes participants able to make the best out of their personal challenge. Together we want to make people physically and mentally stronger, which makes them fitter and stronger in daily life.” Kobe Vanhaecke, Herbalife Nutrition Country Direction The Netherlands and Belgium, agrees on this. “Our members and customers love to take on the Strong Viking run challenge as a group. As a VIP with custom clothing and the right nutritional food they can conqueror the first obstacle together screaming ‘Oorah’.”
Both companies are looking back on their great successes. Herbalife Nutrition has build a network with over three million members worldwide! The members offer their customers products with high nutritional value for weight control, goal oriented nutritional supplements and care products, next to this they also offer intensive guiding to their customers. Herbalife Nutrition also sponsors over 250 athletes and teams, including Ajax and the Koninklijke Belgische Voetbalbond. Strong Viking is leading in organising obstacle runs for tough men and women. The organisation was chosen ‘Best Obstacle Run of the Netherlands’ five times in a row and last December they were chosen ‘Best International Obstacle Run Event’ in England.
Both companies don’t see any obstacles in the coming two years and they want to make every run a big success. Reijs: “There are already lots of Editions on our agenda and we are introducing sixteen new obstacles this year.”