New Tearsheet: 2015 TriRock Triathlon Mailer

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You may remember last June, I shot the TriRock Triathlon in Philadelphia. And had a great time doing it.

My company is a major sponsor of it, and they were very happy with my images. That’s always good to hear.

The group putting this together recently printed up thousands of postcard mailers to help promote the 2015 event, and my photo of the J&J team – what they are calling the “Sea of Red” internally – is anchor image. That’s the J&J CEO, Alex Grosky, dead center in the visor. He’s a high-profile Fortune 500 CEO that still get his workouts in every morning and is in great shape. It can be done.

The postcards are plastered around the various campuses to raise interest for the event. J&J had 500 entrants last year, and raised a ton of money. Hopefully these mailers, and other internal advertising, will help entice more people to do the event and we can raise even more money.

© Mark V. Krajnak | JerseyStyle Photography | All Rights Reserved 2015

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3 thoughts on “New Tearsheet: 2015 TriRock Triathlon Mailer

  1. Nice Mark! Great photo, good cause…. The promoter of the event used one of my shots from Asbury on the website. Nice guy, I think he was from San Diego. I’ve got to get to the event this year!

    • Grace…if, by participating, you mean competing, no. If, by participating, you mean waking up at 5 a.m., checking my gear, getting to the race site, shooting for five hours both days, getting back to the hotel room, having a quick bite, downloading cards, falling asleep while editing photos, and delivering the finals then yes, I participated. 🙂

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