NCAA - DUAL CHAMPIONS!
Join Date: Mar 2000
Location: From Sarasota, FL sitting in front of a computer spewing random thoughts!
Bikes: Intense Uzzi SL, Masi Speciale, Trek 3700 Nashbar Single Speed, Old Cilo Road frame
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If they are wanting a race resume, find links of your race results and make copies and attach them to the resume.
On the resume itself, list each race you entered and state your finishing position. Also, give a brief explanation as to why you did well. Here's a critical thing. Even list the races where you finished in a crappy position, give reasons for that too. (i.e., mechanical, flu,...etc.)
I would also give a brief description of your training regimine. This will give them a good indication of your commitment.
As DBD stated, explain how you will benefit them!
I was talking to a guy who sponsored a team. His captain, showed up to an organized group ride with an old jersey from his previous team! BAD IDEA! Don't do anything like that!
I'd offer to have a large sticker or decal to be placed on the back window of my vehicle. That way, I'm advertising for the shop when driving around town, at the trail head and when you're at the races.
Offer to work a booth or expo tent at the local or close races if the shop decides to set one up. When you're not racing, you'll be "working" the booth!
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