USN Launches Body & Lifestyle Challenge 2012

usn body lifestyle challenge logoThe latest project to come out of USN’s partnership with dotAgency is USN’s  Body & Lifestyle Challenge.

The Ultimate Body & Lifestyle Challenge has already helped thousands transform their bodies and lifestyles, with competition prizes for those who have made the biggest transformation.

To assist UK entrants in their quest to be one of the 12 finalists at the end of 2012 dotAgency built for USN an online portal, where entrants can register and monitor their transformation over the 12 week period.

Plot your progress

Once registered, entrants have access to their own personal challenge microsite.  A graph shows their continued progress and motivates the entrants through the 12 weeks. Each entrant receives a personalised certificate at the end of the 12 weeks.

The database which sits behind the microsite, offers the ability to send behavioural triggered emails at different stages within the 12 weeks to continue motivating entrants and welcome and remind them to complete their progress on the microsite.


Advice & Upsell

Throughout the 12 weeks, entrants are advised and offered support by USN’s dedicated team of experts through social media channels, in-store and at gyms. The USN diet and fitness plans, alongside supplements are key to the success of the 12 week program.

Are you up for the challenge? Register on USN Body and Lifestyle Challenge

 

 

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