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Weather this time of year can be unpredictable, and so can race registration numbers. We just don’t feel like we’ve got quite enough prancers to throw a road race, so we’re pivoting to Sunday Run Day - a laid-back (read: free!) club-style sidewalk run. Come join us this Sunday, March 26 as we break in our brand new run club’s spring route. We’ll run at one, but join us before and after as we release a new beer, enjoy some burgers from The Grill Sergeant, live music, outside games, and more.
Prancers to walkers - undies or fully clothed - all are welcome!
You will be fully refunded. And as a thanks for registering, we’ll throw in a free Preyer Run Club tee! Be on the lookout for an email from us about your refund and tee.
The polar plunge of foot races; join us at Preyer Brewing for the Pints and Panties Prance on March 26th. Wear your best running undergarments to take on 5 kilometers in who knows what kind of North Carolina weather we will have. We’ll have custom T-shirts, a local food truck, live music, local craft beer, and a good time. Warm or chilly, come in your skivvies. Nevernudes are welcome.
This is our runners welcome hug to the Preyer Brewing Run Club, running every Thursday starting on March 30th at 6 pm. Our aim is to engage the running community to form an organized group of people with common interests and test our taste buds and physical limits.
So help us bring in the beautiful running weather and our run club with a bang.
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