Starting from Friday, November 13 and until November 27, Latvian badminton players have the opportunity to take advantage of special “Black Friday” offers from both the Latvian Badminton Federation and its cooperation partners, as well as badminton equipment dealers.
“Friday, which coincides with the 13th, still has its magic since the mass arrests of the members of the Order of Temples on October 13, 1307. On the other hand in Latvian badminton it has become a tradition that on Fridays, on the 13th, “Black Friday” discounts are offered to Latvian badminton players. This was also the case on March 13 this year, but the next time will be on August 13, 2021,” inform Kristians Rozenvalds, Secretary General of the Latvian Badminton Federation.
“Latvian badminton players on “Black Fridays” do not have an incentive to worry about the magic of the day, but an opportunity to enjoy one of the special offers. It is an opportunity for bussiness to gain new and loyal customers. It is an opportunity for badminton players to feel special. And such cooperation is like an engine that encourages the badminton community to continue to grow and at the same time increase the interest of bussiness to cooperate,” explains Kristians Rozenvalds.
“At a time when the normal rhythm of work has been affected by Covid-19 and the state of emergency declared by the government, such actions are especially relevant for traders. Although badminton can still be played individually, customers are still waiting because it is not clear how the situation with Covid-19 will develop. In turn, such “Black Friday” promotions can help to move this market a little extra,” says Kristians Rozenvalds.
Currently, within the framework of the “Black Friday” campaign, Latvian badminton players can buy badminton equipment with impressive discounts, up to 70%. Currently, Oliver, Li-Ning, Karakal and Babolat equipment, including rackets, sports shoes, sportswear and racket sports bags, can be purchased as part of the campaign. During the campaign, the range of brands can be expanded until November 27.
“Initially, we only involved badminton equipment dealers in our “Black Friday” campaigns. In the future, we will involve the campaign with other partners of the Latvian Badminton Federation, who will want to offer special offers to badminton players, including manufacturers, traders and service providers,” clarifies Kristians Rozenvalds.
The Latvian Badminton Federation also has an offer, which during this campaign offers badminton players to purchase a Latvian badminton rating license with a 50% discount. This offer is especially relevant at a time when badminton rating competitions have been canceled due to Covid-19 restrictions.