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Expo space is rented on a first come first serve basis upon receipt of registration form and payment. ONLY upon payment received (we will contact you with details), will you be guaranteed a space at the REVOLUTION3 Triathlon Expo of choice. All displays must fit inside your designated booth area.
    Will you be donating a product or service as giveaways during the expo?
  • POLICY AGREEMENT

  • SPACE ASSIGNMENTS
    Each space includes one (1) table and two (2) chairs. The Revolution 3 Triathlon, at its sole discretion, will assign exhibitors spaces. Exhibitor’s materials must fit within the perimeter of the space assigned and may not obstruct walkways, general view and other exhibitors. This provision will be strictly enforced. Any special set-up or construction must be submitted for prior approval. Subletting or sharing of space is strictly prohibited. Exhibitors may not use any other space for any reason without prior written approval by The Revolution 3 Triathlon.

    HOURS OF OPERATION
    Exhibitors MUST remain open at all times during the Expo hours.

    FOOD AND BEVERAGES
    Exhibitors are prohibited from selling, serving, or distributing any food or drinks without prior written approval from The Revolution 3 Triathlon.

    FIRE, SAFETY AND HEALTH REGULATIONS
    Exhibitors shall comply with all local, city, and federal laws, ordinances, and regulations. Exhibitors are responsible for all fire precautions.

    PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS
    Products with the Revolution 3 Triathlon logo, name, etc. shall not be sold, displayed or distributed without prior written approval. Management reserves the right to restrict and/or remove any product or person it, at its sole discretion, deems objectionable. This includes, but is not limited to, products, objects, or persons. This may include products in conflict with sponsors.

    INCIDENTALS AND SHIPPING
    Exhibitors are responsible for all incidental expenses incurred with the park (Examples include: utilities – electric, water, and phone). Any of the above services, must be pre-arranged with Laura Mount, laura@rev3tri.com. Exhibitors are responsible for all transportation of equipment, materials, parking, etc. Management will not accept any freight from any exhibitor or freight company.

    SECURITY
    Security will be provided at all times during load-in and load out, and overnight . The Revolution 3 Triathlon shall not be responsible for any lost, damaged or stolen property.

  • LIABILITY EXCLUSION

  • The Revolution 3 Triathlon will take reasonable precautions to safeguard exhibitor’s property. However, management shall not be liable for loss or damage to property and/or merchandise from theft, fire, weather, accident, or any other cause. Exhibitor agrees to indemnify, protect, defend, save and hold harmless Revolution 3 Triathlon Series, their offices, directors, organizers, agents, representatives, or employees from all claims, demands, damages, and liability of any kind by any person or persons on account of damages to property or the leased premises arising out of the use of exhibitor’s leased premises by the exhibitor, or the negligence or willful misconduct of exhibitor or its agents, employees or invitees or a breech of the agreement by exhibitor or its agents, employees or invitees. The exhibitor, upon signing the Expo Agreement, expressly releases the aforementioned from all claims for loss, damage or injury.

  • RULES & REGULATIONS

  • RULES & REGULATIONS

    The Revolution 3 Triathlon will enforce all of the above policies, rules and regulations as deemed necessary for the proper conduct of the Sports and Fitness Expo. In addition, management may also establish further policies, rules and regulations as deemed necessary.

  • By typing my full name, I hereby agree to and accept all Expo Guidelines set forth by The Revolution 3 Triathlon.

A.R.T. Providers

ART is a patented, state of the art soft tissue system/movement based massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. Headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, shoulder pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, knee problems, and tennis elbow are just a few of the many conditions that can be resolved quickly and permanently with ART. These conditions all have one important thing in common: they are often a result of overused muscle

What is the history of Active Release Techniques?

ART has been developed, refined, and patented by P. Michael Leahy, DC, CCSP. Dr. Leahy noticed that his patients’ symptoms seemed to be related to changes in their soft tissue that could be felt by hand. By observing how muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and nerves responded to different types of work, Dr. Leahy was able to consistently resolve over 90% of his patients’ problems. He now teaches and certifies health care providers all over the world to use ART.

art active release techniques treatment table Expo

Where:

  • Rev3 Expo

Who:

  • All ART sessions will be on a first come first-served basis

Cost:

  • FREE for all athletes

When:

  • Friday @ 3:00pm-7:00pm
  • Saturday @ 10:00am-6:00pm
  • Sunday @ 9:30am-4:00pm

Website:

The following is a list of ART providers who have volunteered to provide ART services for the athletes on race day:

Active Spine & Sport 
Dr. Kevin Maggs D.C.
Gainesville, VA 20120

St. Croix Spinal Care & Sports Rehabilitation Center
Stephen G. Flikke DC, GT
2424 Monetary Blvd Suite 105,
Hudson, WI 54016

Valley Spine & Sport
Alex Tapplin DC, CSCS
1901 East Capitol Drive Suite A
Appleton, WI 54911

Chiropractic Care Center – Menomonee Falls
Timothy L. Smykal, DC, FACO, CCSP, CKTAP
N96 W18743 County Line Rd
Menomonee Falls, WI

Wade Folske DC
5851 Duluth St., Suite 319
Golden Valley, MN  55422

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Massage

We offer FREE message services to all triathlete participants, to help relax those tense and exhausted muscles after a hard day of racing.

Where:

  • Rev3 Expo

art active release techniques treatment table Expo

When:

  • Friday @ 3:00pm-7:00pm
  • Saturday @ 10:00am-6:00pm
  • Sunday @ 9:30am-4:00pm

The following is a list of massage providers who have volunteered their services to the athletes on race day:

Peak Performance Massage Expo

Peak Performance Massage

dedicated to helping people reach their greatest potential through therapeutic massage. Through massage we are able to help alleviate physical problems, support your fitness program, relieve the effects of stress, and assist during temporary or long-term unique challenges.

Meghan O’Neill

meghan oneill 115x150 Expo

The Owner and Founder of Peak Performance Massage, specializes in: Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Trigger Point Massage, Chair Massage, Geriatric Massage, Pre-natal Massage, Connective Tissue Massage, and Pain and Stress Management Treatment Plans.

O’Neill is a graduate of the Lakeside School of Massage Therapy, and she practices massage therapy for The University of Wisconsin-Madison Athletic Department.  As a dancer for 15 years and the daughter of a basketball coach, she has been involved in athletics most of her life and has first-hand knowledge of the toll athletics can take on people’s bodies. With a bachelor’s degree in psychology and several years of massage experience, O’Neill also understands the extraordinary pain management and mental health benefits of massage.

Jess Meidam

Jess Meidam 115x150 ExpoLicensed Massage Therapist and Bodyworker with Peak Performance Massage specializes in: Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports Massage, Swedish Massage, Lymphatic Drainage, Raindrop Therapy, Hot Stone Massage, Pre-natal Massage and Geriatric Massage. She is also currently undergoing training in a 500 hour Ortho-Bionomy Program.

Meidam is a 2010 graduate from massage school in Milwaukee and is familiar with patient care planning since she worked in health care for 10 years. Jess originally became interested in massage because of witnessing the benefits one of her patients was receiving from weekly massage sessions. She understands the benefits of massage (increased circulation, muscle flexibility, reduced recovery time just to name a few) are key components in alleviating pain, and maintaining a healthy future. Jess loves to be active, enjoying bicycling, running and kayaking; therefore, she understands how important massage and stretching regiments are and looks forward to helping others.

Kayla Baake

Kayla Baake1 115x150 Expo

Licensed Massage Therapist with Peak Performance Massage, specializes in: Swedish Massage, Therapeutic and Relaxation Massage, Essential Oils, Headache management, Reiki 1 certified, and Gua Sha.

Baake studied at the Wisconsin Institute for Natural Wellness, where she received training on a wide range of modalities from east to west. She loves to incorporate relaxation and energy modalities into therapeutic massage to bring both stress management and pain management into traditional deep tissue and swedish massage. Her favorite type of massage is Thai massage and she tries to incorporate the stretching and movement of this modality into her table massage to leave clients feeling rejuvenated after each session. To keep herself at her highest potential, Kayla rides horses and practices yoga. When not doing massage, she is working in the environmental field, traveling, and playing or listening to music.

Krista Nowicki

is a licensed massage therapist with Peak Performance Massage specializing in: Swedish Massage, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Tui Na (Chinese Medical Massage), and Acupressure.

Nowicki graduated from the East-West Healing Arts Institute in 2007 where she learned to incorporate the theories and techniques of Traditional Chinese Medicine into her massage sessions.  As an experienced massage therapist, she enjoys using this customized and holistic approach to treat both chronic pain/stress and sub-acute or repetitive stress injuries.  She has always been interested in the balance of body, mind, and spirit and has found that massage is a good way to help others achieve that balance and have an increased sense of well-being both during and beyond the massage session.  Nowicki lives a fun and active lifestyle with her daughter Maya and likes reading, working in her garden, spending time at the gym, and hanging out with friends and family.

Brianna Huston

Licensed Massage Therapist with Peak Performance Massage who specializes in: Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Massage, Sports Massage, Myofascial, Hot Stone Massage, Pre-natal Massage, Chair Massage, and Thai Massage.

Huston is attended Globe University Madison-West where she is obtained her Associates Degree in Massage Therapy, and she graduated in June 2012. She worked as a Sales Representative for Massage Envy, where she has obtained knowledge on how to meet the clients needs in order to reach their treatment goals. Huston is also the mother of an energetic two and a half year old, who keeps her active and drive to reach her personal goals. Huston’s favorite part about Massage Therapy is the end result she gives her clients, “How I can make them feel better and improve their quality of life keeps my passion alive.”

Chantry Ketterhagen

is a licensed massage therapists with Peak Performance Massage specializing in: Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Pre-Natal Massage, Trigger Point Therapy,  Raindrop Therapy, Geriatric Massage, and Chair Massage.

Ketterhagen graduated from TIBIA Massage School in 2008 where she learned to incorporate the techniques of transformational bodywork. As an experienced massage therapist, she enjoys working with a variety of clients and integrating different modalities. Ketterhagen’s focus is to provide a safe space for clients to continue healing body, mind, and should. Her sessions are customized to help meet the client’s goals and increase their well-being. To help maintain her health, Ketterhagen enjoys the outdoors, sports, exercising, music, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends. She graduated from UW-LaCrosse with her associates in health, and is currently attending UW-Whitewater as a Social Work Major.

Morgan Boland

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