Friday, May 13, 2016

Friday Fascinations: 5 Reasons you should run the Run for the White House 4 Miler!

Happy Friday friends!  This Friday Five post will be a little more light hearted than the last one I did. My Runfessions?  If you missed it, check it out here.  But warning: I was REAL!

Today, I am linking up with MarCourtney and Cynthia - AKA the DC Trifecta, Nicole for Fit & Fashionable Friday and Jill for Fitness, Health & Happiness Link-Up! 

I am bringing you 5 reasons why you should run the "Run for the White House 4 Miler."

1.  You get to be OH SO SUBTLE about your political views because you get your choice of a red or blue tank.  In case you didn't know, you can look here to see what each color signifies!  I chose blue.  


2.  A percentage of your race fee will be donated to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, a leader in supporting the men and women of the United States Armed Forces and their families.

3.  You get a super cool swinging medal!


Side 1:

Side 2:

4.  You get a cool button!


5.  Because 4 miles is a really cool race distance and most likely, you will PR it because you have never done that distance before!

Disclaimer: As a Gone for a Run ambassador, I was given a free entry in exchange for a blog post.  All opinions are my own and I was not compensated in any other way.

So, who is with me?  Anyone ever done a Gone for a Run Virtual Race before?  Which color tank would you choose??

As always, I wish you Happy Feet,
SD Mom

10 comments:

  1. What an awesome theme for a race!

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  2. Love that button! Cute idea for a virtual race!

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  3. Looks like SUCH a cool race!

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  4. You're running this race on June 6, right?

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  5. That's nice you get to pick what color shirt you want based on your political side.

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  6. Sounds fun! I'm glad to see you are on team blue...

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  7. Sounds like a fun race and great swag too.

    Thanks for sharing with the Fitness Health & Happiness community.

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  8. That's a cute race theme! As much as I hate politics during an election year, it's a fun race idea :)

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