The Final Two Turns – Right On Hereford, Left On Boylston

City Sports

Right On Hereford, Left On Boylston started in 2008 during training for owner, John Stoller’s first Boston Marathon. It began as a T-shirt fundraiser for the Run For Research Team (American Liver Society). Right on Hereford, and left on Boylston are the final two turns in the Boston Marathon. There was an immediate interest, so they built an online store in 2009 and started exhibiting at the Boston Marathon Expo in 2010. They have maintained their charitable roots as a portion of each of their sales is donated to one of their local charities.

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They carry a full line of soft comfort t-shirts for both men and women as well as Tech Shirts in short and long sleeve. What Left On Hereford, Right On Boylston has found, is that people not only want to celebrate the best two turns in all of racing while they work out, but also utilize these two turns as fashion statements with soft, comfy clothing. Shirts can be purchased year round on www.rightonlefton.com. During the 3 or 4 month Boston Marathon season, the t-shirts are available in the 3 largest running store chains in the Boston Area which are; Marathon Sports (8 locations), Greater Boston Running Center (4 locations), and City Sports on Boylston Street.

In ActionRight On Hereford, Left On Boylston has become an iconic brand in the Boston area and marathon running community. People who wear their shirts say they feel like they’re part of an exclusive club for people who “get it.” Soon, they will be launching their Chicago Marathon line, Right On Roosevelt, Left On Columbus.

Also, be sure to visit Right On Hereford, Left On Boylston at the John Hancock Sports and Fitness Expo April 12-14, 2013.

For more info, visit rightonlefton.com