TOBY’S Sports, the largest multi-brand sports retailer in the Philippines, announced that it will be celebrating the 1st National Sports and Fitness Day on Oct. 1 (Sunday).
Toby’s Sports established the National Sports and Fitness Day to further highlight the positive benefits of sports and fitness activities for Filipinos of all ages.
Apart from having the widest selection of sports products from the top brands in the industry, Toby’s Sports has also been at the forefront of the sports and fitness movement through a variety of initiatives, such as running a youth sports foundation, regularly holding sports events for amateurs and consistently partnering with other organizations that are dedicated to improving people’s lives through sports. The retail giant’s 50 stores nationwide also house a team of sports enthusiasts and specialists that are dedicated to helping customers find the right gear and assisting them in their journey to an active and healthy lifestyle.
“We have been the trusted ally in sports and fitness for millions of Filipinos nationwide for the past 39 years, and we’re excited to finally introduce a special day dedicated to appreciating the importance of engaging in sports and an active lifestyle,” said Toby Claudio, President of Quorum International Inc., the parent company of Toby’s Sports. “As we celebrate the first National Sports and Fitness Day on Oct. 1, 2017, we want our customers to know that they can count on us to cheer and support them in whatever sport or fitness activity they take on.”
To make the first National Sports and Fitness Day extra special, Toby’s Sports will be giving away Toby’s Backcourt Pro basketballs to the first 50 customers per store nationwide, as well as in its e-commerce site (www.tobys.com) on Oct. 1.
Toby’s Sports is also encouraging their customers to share their National Sports and Fitness Day experience and tag @tobyssports on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #NSFDay.
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