Channel Mastery and Wild Rye: Social Media Giveaway
Wild Rye, Gregory Packs, Tailwind Nutrition, Chamois Butt’r and Balega have generously donated a bike kit valued at more than $280 for one lucky winner. All you have to do is sign up for the Channel Mastery newsletter below – today through November 25, 2020 – and you will be entered to win!
Want to learn more about Cassie, Wild Rye and Women Led Wednesday? Tune into the latest Channel Mastery episode here. Kristin and Cassie dive into what it’s like to be a female entrepreneur and business owner, the recent trend in women leaving the workforce because of COVID-19, the deets on Women Led Wednesday and how you can support women owned businesses this holiday season. Tune in on your favorite podcast platform or at Channel Mastery.
- $100 gift certificate towards a new kit from Wild Rye
- A new Amasa 10 mountain biking pack from Gregory ($95)
- Tailwind Nutrition Starter Kit ($29)
- A Chamois Butt’r gift pack, including: Her’ anti-chafe cream, Skin Wash and a pair of branded bike socks ($26)
- Two pairs of Ultralight Crew socks from Balega ($30)
Giveaway Rules: No purchase necessary. Must be 18 years or older to enter. Winners must live in the U.S.A. Winners will be chosen at random and notified on November 25 via email. Prizes will be shipped to the winners directly. This giveaway is in no way endorsed or sponsored by Balega, Channel Mastery, Wild Rye, Gregory or Tailwind Nutrition. Giveaway will run from November 18 to 5:00 p.m. (MST) on November 25, 2020. Only one entry per person allowed.
Women-Led Wednesday (much like Small Business Saturday) is a purpose-driven holiday that encourages the general public to use purchasing power to vote for women in leadership. 2020 has been a rough one for women, so Women-Led Wednesday is more important than ever. Due the challenges created by the COVID-19 crisis, close to two million women have left the workforce. What does this mean for women in leadership? There will be a lot fewer of us when the dust settles AND there will be a shortage women on track to be future leaders.