Sweet Protection Ambassador Program Open for Applications

Jun 19, 2019
by sweetprotection  



Do you consider yourself a die-hard biking fan? Love getting out on the trails for a rip? Are you interested in doing some writing/photography and sharing what you get up to on your bike? We would love to hear from you!





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For summer 2019, we are planning a total revamp of our Ambassador Program and are looking at new ways of meeting potential ambassadors.


What do you get as part of the Sweet Protection Ambassador Program?


What's up for grabs?
• A selection of Sweet Protection gear including Arbitrator MIPS helmet, Dissenter Helmet, Enduro Race Vest, Knee Pads, Elbow Pads, Hunter Wind Jacket, Hunter LS Jersey, Hunter Shorts. Together with gloves, neckwarmers and socks.
• In addition, we will feature selected written stories and photos from you with reference to your social profiles. Thereby increasing your reach of the content you're producing!




What's important for Sweet Protection when selecting candidates for the Ambassador program?

• First and foremost, we're interested in supporting those super-keen bikers out there that go the extra mile to do some specific biking projects, ride races or just travel and have fun with their bike.
• We would like to hear stories from "the field" and get a glimpse into your world of biking. Therefore, it's important that you're willing to share selected images and a few notes from your everyday biking life. We'd also need approval to share the content we receive from you (whilst tagging or crediting you as the producer of the text and/or images).
• The program will run through 2019, but can also extend into next year if the fit is right.




HOW TO APPLY

Click the link below to fill in the ambassador program application and let us kit you out for your next adventure!


Terms and Conditions

MENTIONS: @sweetprotection



19 Comments

  • + 40
 Dear Sweet Protection, I regularly crash/fall off my bike on natural trails, at bike parks, in the car park, high and low speeds. I can do it all and I always seem to have an audience when it happens. I would be the perfect show pony for your wonderful protection products.
  • + 25
 Dear Sweet Protection,

I ride my bike on a somewhat regular basis, and sometimes I fall over and get scratches on my legs and elbows. I have broken several helmets (one time because it was strapped around my handlebar when my bike fell over. . .) and I don't think I is brained damageded reals bads yet. I'm an old man (40) with wise looking hair (gray) and the majority of people look up to me in every aspect of life (6'5" tall). I believe you would gain many more customers by making me a Sweet Protection Ambassador because I can regularly get 4-8 thumbs up on my Pinkbike comments.

Thanks for providing this opportunity,

Unrooted

P.S. I think I have an Instagram account, if you choose me I'll reset my password so I can put pictures using your products from my phone (flip phone) on the internet so my follower (wife) will see it.
  • + 21
 Ambassador or influencer? Social media expert? I would trade them all for a person who truly understands how to be courteous to other trail users and volunteers to teach kids the same.
  • + 8
 Those things aren't always mutually exclusive. But I'm with you. I hope they pick a good ambassador based on more than sub counts.
  • + 6
 Sweet. Here is my crash test dummy CV.
6 x rib fracture
4 teeth munched
3 concussions
3 elbows
2 metatarsal
1 collar bone
1ankle fracture
1 nose dislocation
And a lifetime of fun

Is that what you are looking for? I did read your wish list but I have had to many concrunchions.
  • + 14
 ....and a partridge crashed into a pear tree.
  • + 13
 where do you have your third elbow?
  • + 2
 @K1maxX: His dingus is so big it has. . .
  • - 2
 @oscartheballer: ROFLcopter has taken off, i only wish i could upvote you more.
  • + 4
 Soooo just a way to get email subscribers. Well played, well played indeed.
  • + 6
 That’s pretty sweet!
  • + 1
 Sweet
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