Another Sports Facility Revenue Booster: PowerStrips
My son has always been a baseball player (as I was), but he decided to play football his senior year of high school after being recruited by a coach. Well, unfortunately, one play resulted in a broken leg, a lot of pain, and a lot of anxiety about how the injury would affect his plans to play college baseball.
During his long recovery, as he was transitioning from his crutches and back into regular practice and workout, he was still experiencing some residual pain and swelling from the injury.
I didn’t love the idea of any more painkillers, and I remembered that I happened to have some PowerStrips that were recommended to me by my Advocare network.
I liked that they were all-natural (if you’re curious, they use “a patented combination of fermented Korean red ginseng, silver ions, germanium, and marine phytoplankton Alpha 3 CMP”), approved by the FDA and worked to promote healing by increasing heat and circulation to the injured area. So, I gave my son a few and suggested that he give them a try.
They’re easy to apply – you just stick them on the skin.
After he started using them, the pain and swelling decreased, and I became a PowerStrips convert. That’s when I started also carrying them at DNA Sports Center.
I knew right away that it would be a great fit for our business, because our clients are often recovering from sports-related injuries. Plus, the strips are small and lightweight, they’re easy to keep in stock.
Their referral program also provides significant margins, making the partnership worthwhile from a business standpoint.
I’d suggest trying PowerStrips for yourself if you haven’t already. I have some samples left over from when my son used them, so if you contact me I can send you a few. Give them to some athletes who could benefit from them. Then, if you’re as impressed as I was, you can consider carrying them at your own sports facility.
It’s another easy way to boost your revenue and diversify your services.
Oh – and by the way – my son is now fully recovered and committed to play for the Hanover College baseball team.
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