Wednesday, July 25, 2007

New York City Half-Mary, Anyone?

I got this e-mail today, and I can't use it because of the whole running 13.1 mile thing, but maybe you can? If so, drop me a line immediately and I'll forward it on to you.

*Special Invitation to Past Runners*

The RUN FOR AUTISM has a limited number of unused entries available for the New York City Half Marathon on August 5, 2007.

As a thank you for your past support, OAR would like to offer you the opportunity to compete in the race.

New York Road Runners will close their registration tomorrow, Thursday, July 26, 2007, at 3:00 PM EST. If you are interested in being part of the event, please let us know immediately by calling Doug Marocco at 703-472-0752.

Your cost is only the $75.00 entry fee that will require a sign up directly with NYRR on Thursday. An email with the registration link will be sent to you by email.

If you are not participating in another event in 2007 with RUN FOR AUTISM and would like to fundraise for this event that would be appreciated.


The RUN Staff
Doug Marocco
Director of RUN FOR AUTISM
dmarocco@researchautism.org
Cell: 703-472-0752

Geoff Pan
Run Coordinator
gpan@researchautism.org
Office: (703) 243-9710 x 224

Don't forget to check out our FAQ online!

5 comments:

Thomas said...

Why don't you just regard it as a much-needed kick up the backside, and get ready for running 13.1 miles?

Vickie said...

Aw shoot! I was just there last week--the day BEFORE I sprained my ankle. No can do this year BUT I would love to do it some day. I've looked at it for the last 2 years (daughter lives in NJ)

Neese said...

more notice that would be tempting, but yeah i couldn't knock out 13.1 wihtout hurting something

Phoenix said...

Yeah, if it were like 10 miles shorter, I'd totally do it.

Sounds like a great race for a worthy cause.

Bet you'll be there next year!

Dawn - Pink Chick said...

Wish I could but I'm past the deadline and well, not sure the budget could stretch to include another trip on top of the two more I have planned this year...lol.