Monday, September 16, 2013

Blue Ridge Marathon Giveaway

If you know me in real life and talked to me at after the Blue Ridge Marathon last year. You know I LOVED it and had a great time. If you follow my blog I couldn't even sum my experience into one post. I had to recap it two parts. One-click here Two-click here


The good news is is that YOU can run the Blue Ridge Marathon for free! 
Here's what you can do, answer a question, Tweet, comment...I'm using Rafflecopter and you can Tweet more than once a day to gain more chances to win. 
I'm looking forward to going back there, and hope that you will join me!
If you have any questions leave me a comment or Tweet me @librarian262


And the deets:
  • The winner will be chosen via the Rafflecopter widget below.
  • The winner will receive an entry into the 2014 FULL 26.2 Marathon.
  • The winner will receive a code via email to waive the registrations cost & online registration fee.
  • No airfare/ travel expenses included, no lodging included, no pasta supper included.
  • You can receive an entry Daily for tweeting about the contest so make sure you come back each day to enter via the widget.
  • Contest runs Sept. 16 through Midnight (PST) Sept. 22 2013. Winner chosen Monday Sept 23.

6 comments:

FireRunner2379 said...

I like to test the limits of my body which sometimes causes injury. One of my biggest challenges is knowing when to back off a bit. As I age it becomes more apparent that rest plays a key role in success!

FireRunner2379 said...

The Blue Ridge Marathon sounds like a challenge, something I'm always up for. There aren't many hills where I live, increasing the difficulty more. In my short time as a marathon runner (3 years) I've found that it tests the mind more so than the body.

Lish B said...

This sounds like such an awesome race. Have yet to travel far for a race so would be fun to do it for a change of pace.

Will Adams said...

Looks like a challenge and good luck to the other folks enetered.

Emir said...

I loved running it last year and I want to go back!

Heather said...

This was my 18 year old daughter's first marathon last year and she did so well. I was sad I couldn't be there to see it, but she assured me that the crowds were fantastic and really cheered her on. She loved the mountains, the friendly people, and the challenge. She has been trying to convince me to come down from NJ in 2014 to make this MY first marathon!