"ZOZI's mission is to help people get out from behind their computers and live a more active life, an ethos we share with Bay to Breakers." - TJ Sassani, ZOZI CEO and Founder
San Francisco (PRWEB) May 16, 2014
ZOZI, the leading brand helping people live more active lifestyles, has partnered with Bay to Breakers on its 103rd annual race through San Francisco. The event kicks off this Sunday, May 18, with 40,000 spirited participants and nearly 100,000 spectators hailing from the Bay Area and around the world. The 12K race is the oldest consecutively run footrace in the world, and a mainstay of the City by the Bay since 1912. The race starts from the Embarcadero and ends across the city at the Great Highway, where the breakers crash onto the Pacific Coast’s ocean beach.
"ZOZI's mission is to help people get out from behind their computers and live a more active life, an ethos we share with Bay to Breakers. San Francisco is our home and we are honored to team up with Bay to Breakers, a San Francisco classic with deep roots in the city's history and one of the most iconic events in the world," says TJ Sassani, CEO of ZOZI.
“Bay to Breakers continues to grow as one of the most unique and colorful footraces and it has always been our mission to partner with innovative brands that emphasize the importance of exploration,” said Matt Wikstrom, Executive Vice President of Wasserman Media Group, the new owner and operator of Bay to Breakers. “ZOZI is a leader in the experience space, and we look forward to them incorporating their expertise into this iconic event.”
ZOZI has committed to working closely with Bay to Breakers and the Office of the Mayor of San Francisco to continue to improve the beloved tradition and elevate it to new heights. This year’s partnership is the beginning of a long term relationship with Bay to Breakers, as ZOZI looks forward to providing even more services for runners and fans in the coming years.
For more information about Bay to Breakers, visit http://www.baytobreakers.com.
ZOZI inspires people to live active lifestyles by connecting them with local activities, getaways, and the gear they need to Get Out There™. On ZOZI, you can discover and book unforgettable experiences that are around the corner or around the world and find the gear you need for your next experience. Each experience featured on the site is curated by a team of in-house experts; such as full-moon kayaking, vineyard touring by bike, or surfing and relaxing in a private coastal villa. The ZOZI Guru® team are 14 category-leading celebrities led by global phenomenon Bear Grylls. ZOZI makes it easy to discover experiences in dozens of cities across the US and Canada or book getaways across all seven continents. ZOZI Advance™ provides a real-time booking, scheduling, payments, and customer relationship management SaaS platform for thousands of activity merchants worldwide. ZOZI is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in New York City and Vancouver, Canada. For more information, visit: http://www.zozi.com.
About Wasserman Media Group
Founded in 2002, Wasserman Media Group is a global sports, entertainment, marketing and management company with expertise in media rights, sponsorships, brand consulting, athlete management, digital, creative and multicultural marketing. Wasserman is headquartered in Los Angeles and also has operations in Carlsbad, London, Miami, New York, Raleigh, São Paulo, Singapore, Toronto and the UAE. For more information, visit http://www.wmgllc.com.
About Bay To Breakers
San Francisco’s Bay to Breakers is the oldest annual footrace in the world, a staple to the City by the Bay since May 1912. With a starting point near the San Francisco Bay, a few blocks from The Embarcadero, the 7.46 mile race runs west through the city and finishes at the Great Highway where breakers crash onto the Pacific Coast’s Ocean Beach. A quintessential San Francisco experience for 102 years, the race is interwoven into the fabric of the city and is a true reflection and celebration of life between the breakers and the Bay. For more information, visit http://www.baytobreakers.com.