Support Quebec Sport Shops
Näak donates 30% of its revenues to Quebec Sports shops!
At Näak, supporting local businesses has always been so important to us, that's why we decided to help sports stores in Quebec that have had to close their doors due to the pandemic and that, unable to offer online delivery, are economically impacted.
From April 7 to 15, 2020, order on our online store and we commit to donate 30% of our revenues to a sports store in Quebec. Delivery is free.
What sports shop can I support?
- To support Boutique Courir, use the coupon code BOUTIQUECOURIR.
- To support Maison de la Course, use the code MDLC.
- To support Boutique Endurance, use the code BOUTIQUEENDURANCE.
These two promo codes offer free shipping.
How to participate?
It's very simple.
1. Add Näak products to your basket
2. Use the coupon code of the sports shop you want to support, when you check out.
3. Receive your products in 3 working days. Delivery is free.
30% of the profits earned with these coupon codes between April 7th and April 13th will be redistributed to the sports shop you have chosen. The money donated will help our local businesses stay afloat in the storm and adapt to serve you even better.
Spread the word to your friends to support local sports shops!
About Boutique Courir
Established since 1989, in the heart of Plateau-Mont-Royal on Saint-Denis Street, Boutique Courir Montréal is a unique concept in Quebec. Their 15,000 square feet, spread over 3 floors, offer you a vast selection of shoes, clothing, equipment and accessories from the biggest brands for running, walking, cross-country skiing, triathlon and cycling. Learn more about the Boutique Courir.
About Maison de la Course
Maison de la Course is three shops specialising in running. Located on the South Shore in Mont-Saint-Hilaire and on the North Shore in Sainte-Thérèse and Griffintown, their boutiques are a meeting and sharing place for all running enthusiasts who are interested in this wonderful discipline. Here you will find everything you need to run on the road, on trails, on travel and for all seasons. Find out more about the Maison de la Course.
About Boutique Endurance
August 1985 was the start of a great adventure for the Endurance Boutique. During a competition trip to Europe, Philippe Laheurte, Canadian champion in the 5000 meters, finds himself dreaming of a running boutique of his own. The place would have a personality, it would be warm for the runner eager to know more about his favorite sport and there would finally be a service tailored to the needs of runners of all categories. A few months later, in December 1985, the Endurance Boutique opened its doors.