Interested in reaching a lot of active people as part of your marketing plans? Perhaps being a sponsor of a NxNW Relays event would be a good fit for you.
Without the generous support of our fine sponsors The Alaska Relay would not ever happen. So visit them and tell them you heard about them from their support of The Alaska Relay!
Bleeding Heart Brewery is One of Alaska's smallest production brewery, tucked away on an original colonial homestead farm in Palmer. Our mission is to create unique, high quality, reserve style ales and lagers in order to bring new craft drinkers and seasoned "craft life" veterans together, push the limits of craft brewing in Alaska, and to laugh at satire around damn good beer.
Our supporting businesses are an integral part of bringing The Alaska Relay to fruition every year.
Skinny Raven Sports
Moose Pass originated over a century ago as a layover point on the famed iditarod Trail and as a construction camp. The lodge saw its beginnings on the shores of Trail lake in the late 1940’s and for more than 40 years was a Peninsula landmark known as the Jockey Club. Renamed in 1989, Trail Lake Lodge has 22 rooms, a lakeside burled wood pavilion, a float plane dock and full service bar and restaurant. We are proud to have the reputation as “the place to visit” for all travelers and adventure seekers.
Active Soles was opened in 2008 and has enjoyed a growing relationship with the Matanuska Community. The shoe store is owned by Anne Thomas, licensed Physical Therapist and certified Pedorthist. The vision of the shoe store is to enable their customers to engage in a physically active life style in comfort. The primary goal is to fit individuals with the most appropriate shoe for their foot type. Individuals will experience having their foot size measured and will be educated on the most appropriate shoe for their foot.
Palmer City Ale House
Thanks to all the friends of The Alaska Relay for helping us spread the word about the relay and providing invaluable support.