Mission Bay’s Must-Do Event
If you’ve got a serious yen to do something wonderful for yourself as well as for others, you might want to spring into a fantastic event taking place in Mission Bay. I’m talking about the 30th annual St. Patrick’s Day 10K run and 2&4 Mile Run/Walk. The action unfolds on Saturday, March 13, 2010 at 7:30 am sharp. The location of this highly-anticipated athletic showcase is picturesque Mission Bay Park, San Diego. By participating, you’ll not only do your cardiovascular system and physique a world of good, you’ll also benefit the Rady Childrens Hospital and Health Centers. Two worthy causes in one morning. Not bad.
So consider pulling yourself up off your comfy chair, yanking your best running shoes and outfit out of mothballs, and launching yourself into a morning of excitement-packed, energy-charged competition. You can already hear the crowds roaring as your fleet feet take you zooming down the ultra-scenic course.
Is there any other reason for leaping into the running action? Plenty. First, you’ll get to add to your wardrobe with a high-fashion, t-shirt, complimentary to all participants. And, of course, you’ll gain some major culinary thrills with ample quantities of Dominos pizza and foamy mugs of beer. Still need further incentives? OK, well there’s a Special Irish award for the best ‘Irish Themed’ running costume, as well as a drawing for gifts such as Sports Running Merchandise, Dinners for Two, and an exciting Entertainment Package.
Plus you’ll be strutting your championship stuff in breathtakingly scenic Mission Bay Park. Known as San Diego’s largest playground, this pristine 4,000 acre park features 27 miles of spectacular shoreline looking out onto sparkling blue Mission Bay. So you’ll have lots to think about besides the beers waiting for you at the end of the race.
If you want to learn more about this high-velocity event, visit http://www.kathyloperevents.com/stpatrick/
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