Represent Voler & Get Cycling Swag – The Voler Ambassador Program Opens

Voler Cycling Clothing Seeks Brand Ambassadors for 2017

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Been waiting for your chance to represent? If you dig spiffy Voler lycra, you should check out their call for brand ambassadors. The makers of cycling jerseys, bibs, shorts, knickers, hats, plenty might be looking for you: “We want to hear from cycling enthusiasts who already love our apparel and want to contribute to Voler’s continued success. If you are friendly and approachable, and deeply immersed in your local cycling community, we want you!”

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Voler Ambassador Program Expectations & Perks

If you’re a fan of Voler’s made in America, feature-rich, and comfortable kits, then becoming an ambassador should prove relatively easy for you–just represent the brand via high-quality posts on social media, etc and engage with others using Voler’s hashtags. You’ll also want to be involved in your local cycling events and show off your Voler in person. The ultimate goal of the Voler Ambassador is to create an emotional connection with the Voler brand.

Ambassadors will receive discounts on all of Voler’s retail items (except for full and semi-custom kits), plus a welcome package filled with swag. If you’re exceptionally awesome at ambassadoring, you’ll also be periodically rewarded for your efforts.

How to Apply

You’ve got until the 23rd of January to get your application in! Just head over to Voler’s Ambassador Application and fill the form out. Selected applicants will hear back on February 1st.

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OK, just so you all know. I’m kinda jealous of this one. Good luck on those applications! Comment or send us an email if you’re stoked!

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SLO Cyclist's former chief editor and recovering road snob, Bek made sure everything ran smoothly around here. She was also the one who reminded us not to take ourselves too seriously--unless it involves black socks. Black socks are always serious.

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