In 2012 the American Trail Running Association introduced its Event Standards Program, and recently has included vendors and suppliers as partners to further assist trail race directors in meeting ATRA’s 15 criteria necessary for staging a safe and well-organized event.
“LPTent USA is a perfect fit as a partner in our Event Standards Program,” said Nancy Hobbs, ATRA Executive Director. “They offer a variety of quality products for race directors to enhance their pre-race expos, start and finish lines, aid stations, and more including the popular #baggymcbag for post-race lounging by race participants. Additionally, the company has a great up-cycling program for race directors who want to replace their old and aging tents.”
“Our team comes from the sporting event background,” said Pierre Benetreau, CEO, LPTent USA, “We know what it takes for race day set up and how difficult it can be if you don’t have the proper equipment. Our goal is to make your life easier and your events stand out with original set-ups. This is the reason we developed quality products that endure the toughest conditions without taking away from the ease and speed of set-up such as closed system inflatable products, Patented airtent designs, Patented anchoring systems, Patented pop-up parts. Our products are unmatched on the market, and we can say the same about our customer service. We know that accidents happen so we carry all the parts necessary for repairs, and anything you see on our products can be easily replaced. If anything gets damaged it gets fixed within a few days, so there is no need to replace the whole tent.”
For the past 30 years, LPTent USA has offered the highest quality pop-up tents, inflatable arches, inflatable furniture and accessories. Their products are designed for trade shows, fairs, sporting events, demonstration areas, and receptions. LPTent takes pride in developing excellent quality products, and carry pop up and inflatable tents that are extremely resistant to physical stress, fire, wind damage, twisting and other hazards of everyday life.
The American Trail Running Association is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation based in Colorado. Founded in 1996, ATRA’s mission is to promote trail running, mountain running, ultrarunning on trails, and to provide resources for race directors and participants in our sport. ATRA recently announced its theme for 2017 – Community: Building Trail Running Connections.