Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) December 16, 2013
Heart Rate Watch Company is running a Christmas shopping special on Monday, December 16th which will give 15% immediate coupon rebate on all purchases over $300.
"It's getting down to the wire for online Christmas shopping, with next Monday being the last possible day, so we wanted to give customers one more crack at some great deals on heart rate monitors, GPS watches and all fitness electronics products," says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company.
ALL THE BEST BRANDS
"We've got all the latest, top heart rate monitors, GPS watches, bike computers, iPhone heart rate monitors and more," says Squire.
COMPLIMENTARY FITNESS BOOKS
All customers receive a complimentary copy of two books entitled "How To Successfully Use A Heart Rate Monitor" and "How To Elevate Fitness With Strength and Interval Training". "For people with New Year's fitness goals it is a great time to read these books and get a jump on training the right way," says Squire.
COMPLIMENTARY FITNESS PODCAST'S
The Heart Rate Watch Company also offers customers complimentary fitness advice podcast's that include advice on topics including, fitness, diet, nutrition, product reviews and much more. "We record these podcast's several times a month with moderator Steve Morgan and they are scripted from our life experience in fitness, with training, diet and current experiences with the products".
"Our blog covers a lot of the same topics but the podcast's allow us to go into greater depth and detail," says Squire.
WHY BUY FROM NO-HELP STORES? TALK TO EXPERTS
"We receive calls all the time from people that buy products from a big box retailer or Amazon and then come looking for help on how products work," says Squire. He asks, "With technical products that require electronic and physiological knowledge why leave your shopping experience to risk with people that sell everything and know nothing?"
"Simply call us at 866-586-7129 and we'll guide you through the selection process and give you all the resource tools necessary to be successful," says Squire.