Race (with the NAM) for the Cure

By May 19, 2005General

pink_ribbon.jpg Not sure how many of your have ever participated in the Race for the Cure, but for those of you who have not, it is one of the most inspirational events you can ever be a part of. There are thousands upon thousands of runners and walkers all converging peacefully on DC for a great and worthy cause, the fight against breast cancer. It is truly a chance to be part of something special. Those of you who’ve done it know what we’re talking about.

This year, the NAM will once again be fielding a team. If you’re not already part of a team, and if you’re thinking about taking part in the Race, please join us on Saturday June 4. It’s fun to have company along for the run or walk. And for those of you not in marathoner’s shape, not to worry — if you can walk, you will find lots of company (like tens of thousands) who will walk with you. The blogger-in-chief will be running as will the blogger’s apprentice. Registering is simple – follow this link. Click on the blue registration button on the left side and then on the red “Join an Existing Team” bar. You’ll see the NAM Team listed there. Deadline for on-line registration is May 30.

All team participants are encouraged to meet at the NAM South Lobby Entrance (1331 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.) the morning of the race and to gather back at the NAM for a post-race congratulatory breakfast.

Hope you’ll join us.