Honey Stinger Opens Hive Program to US Based Athletes

Hive athlete Brett Denney racing to a 2nd place Men’s Duo finish in the Steamboat Stinger.                                         Photo credit: Noah Wetzel

We are pleased to announce that the Hive Program is now open to athletes for the 2016-17 season. Since 2005, the Hive Program has supported loyal Honey Stinger athletes, teams, and brand ambassadors.

“We’re thrilled to see the number of athletes and sport disciplines grow each year, as that speaks to the success of our program and our products,” said Jordan Edwards, Honey Stinger Sponsorship and Media Specialist. “Year after year, we look forward to working with passionate individuals who not only excel at their sport but also positively impact their communities.”

Honey Stinger will accept applicants ranging from ambassador to elite level athletes for Hive sponsorship. To be selected into the program, athletes must be leaders in their sport and possess strong nutritional values that align with the brand. Community involvement and a well-developed social media presence are also contributing factors. Applicants must be based in the United States, be 18 years or older, and have no conflicting sponsors.

Last year, thousands of individual athletes and hundreds of teams participated in Honey Stinger’s Hive program. Athletes interested in sponsorship may apply by completing the form on the Honey Stinger website. Honey Stinger is also accepting applications on the sponsorship platform, Hookit.

To learn more about the Hive Program, please visit www.HoneyStinger.com

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