Tuesday, December 1, 2015

RK's Embroidery Boutique Personalized Duffle Bag: Day 1

I don't know about you, but I've got running stuff EVERYWHERE! I've got in all over the house, at work, my car.....literally everywhere. When I was training for NYC, my car was a nightmare! Socks, water bottles, towels, snacks, and more were thrown around and not many people rode in my car. I was looking around Etsy for a bag one day and came across RK's Embroidery Boutique. RK's Embroidery Boutique is a family owned business that started in 1983 in Rochester, NY. They started selling on Etsy three years ago and it has grown into a successful business that all started in their living room.

RK's Embroidery Boutique is giving away your choice of a male or female custom, handmade running duffle bag in your choice of colors for the bag as well as the embroidery of the people on it. The bags are made of 600-denier polyester and contains 50% recycled polyester. They have a side pocket and a single zippered main compartment with a detachable and adjustable shoulder strap. The bag is 18"Wx 10"Hx 10"D.

This bag is perfect for any runner on the go! RK's Embroidery Boutique was concerned about the winner of this prize because if it was going to be a gift for someone, they wanted to make sure that it got out in time for Christmas. Since personalizing takes extra time, they have requested that the winner of their giveaway be announced DECEMBER 10, 2015

Make sure you follow at least one of RK's Embroidery Boutique's social media links AND one of mine to be eligible to win. You can enter the giveaway here: a Rafflecopter giveaway
Good Luck!


  1. Happy December! The bags look so cute!

  2. Those are super cute!!! I would love to win one of these for the same reason you mentioned...it sure would make it easy to grab everything and GO so I could just focus on the "fun" of running instead. :-)

  3. You mean I wouldn't have to constantly ask "Where did I put my water bottle/knee brace/running belt/body glide/etc?"

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