Who doesn’t love a giveaway?! You know I love anything fun, fresh, and running-related, so I’m thrilled to be able to offer a super cool giveaway for one entry to a great event. Entry details are below. To which great event can you win a paid entry, you might ask? The Rhythm Race!
New England’s hottest new running series is a run, walk, and concert. No headphones needed for this race as Connecticut’s best bands play great live, local music while you make your way around Rentschler Field.
The Rhythm Race is a concert and 5k on August 18, 2012 at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, CT put on by Big Boy Racing. Music begins at 6pm and the race officially gets underway at 7pm. The best local bands will be playing during the race so you can walk or run the course while listening to great live, local music. The course will be flat, fast, and well-marked. The post race party will feature a DJ, laser light show, and tailgating. The event website has a complete list of bands. Registration is normally $25. If you’re on Living Social today, there’s one day remaining to get a great entry deal – $12! This will be a great race to run with a big group of friends so sign up today!
Two lucky winners will be randomly selected on July 26, 2012 to win free entry into this race. The winners will each receive one free entry for themselves, or, transferrable to the person of your choice (just in case you hop on that Living Social deal!).
To enter, do one of the following (you just have to do one):
1. Send me a message on Facebook that says “I want to win the Rhythm Race entry!”. I can’t ask you to like my Facebook page (silly Facebook), but if you happen to like it while you’re there, that would be cool. 🙂
2. Visit The Race Robot website, search for a local race, and leave me a comment on this post telling me which other race you’d like to run.
3. Follow me on Twitter and tweet me with “I want to win the Rhythm Race entry!”.
I will randomly select two lucky winners after 6pm on Thursday, July 26, 2012 and notify the winners via email. Yay!