The line-up for Run Show Boston expo has grown to include global sports brand, PUMA in addition to nearly 100 brands. Tickets are now available for the weekend of running inspiration at the Hynes Convention Center.
It is now just five months until the first ever Run Show Boston, the consumer running expo set to take place at the Hynes Convention Center February 4-5th. Runners from across the state are registering for their tickets to attend the flagship running event which will set runners of all abilities up with the latest gear, tech, apparel, expertise and inspiration they need for their best year of running yet.
Event Director Craig Hanratty updates visitors on what to expect now that the show is coming back to Boston, since the date postponement in January 2022. “We’re delighted to be heading to Boston in February 2023. Since we launched the Run Show USA in Chicago in June 2022, we have seen demand from running brands wanting to get back to face to face events and visitors are registering for tickets early to attend in February. Running in Boston is a popular sport for many and we’re certain that this show will reach the needs of the community – encouraging health and wellness and ensuring that running is accessible for everyone, no matter their ability.”
The show is heading towards more than 100 brands for this debut event including Marathon Sports, Altra, Boston Athletic Association, Coros, Oofos, T-Mobile and now PUMA too. PUMA join the show bringing their Spring collection of running shoes to be launched at the show.
The support we have received from our exhibitors, partners and visitors has been phenomenal. Runners love to come together to immerse themselves in the world of running and just 7months before the Boston Marathon, this event will offer the best advice and training programmes at the right time for runners preparing for the endurance event.
The expo will also host over 30 speakers who will share inspiration, coaching and skills advice plus stories from incredible athletes including Carl Lewis, Dean Karnazes, Sally McRae, Gary Robbins, The Mirnavator, Dave McGillivray and many more.