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Welcome the Face Mask Run: Groundhog's Day
Join us for this virtual 5k on Groundhog's Day and stay healthy and motivated to get through this winter! Run, walk, jump or skip around the neighborhood, on your favorite trail, on a treadmill, or do laps around the block.
Entry into this race gets you a Boco Gear Face Mask and a premium ‘Perseverance’ t-shirt or tank top. In addition, a portion of the proceeds will go to feeding those in need through donations to food banks across our country.
· Official "Perseverance" Groundhog premium t-shirt or tank top
· Boco Gear Performance X-Mask - Face Mask
· Race Bib and safety pins
· Provide a donation to The Farmlink Project
Each registration receives a BOCO gear performance X (for exercise) face mask. An updated, lighter version of the original BOCO Face Mask, the X mask is made for performance and high output activities. Consisting of two layers of durable knit performance fabric, the internal layer features a slit that can hold a filter for additional protection. The soft elastic is sewn to both the top and bottom of the mask for a secure fit over the ears. These masks cover the mouth and nose comfortably. The CDC recommends wearing face coverings to help slow the spread of the virus.
This pandemic has hit everyone hard. One of the greatest challenges we face is providing help for those in need of food during these difficult times. Each year in the United States, billions of pounds of food goes to waste. At the same time, millions of Americans suffer from food insecurity. The Farmlink Project aims to alleviate food insecurity and reduce food waste by connecting farms (with a surplus of fresh, nutritious produce) to communities in need. A portion of race proceeds will go to support this wonderful cause!
To learn more about The Farmlink Project, go to farmlinkproject.org
We are live event producers who are wanting to keep people motivated and hopeful during these tough times. Together we can support some great causes, stay healthy, and look forward to the time when we can run together again.
Packets will start shipping on January 18th via First Class Mail.