You registered, you ran, you saw the sights and rocked the challenge. The Run the District challenge was a smashing success; thanks to each and every person who got out there any logged their miles with us. If you thought this was fun keep your eyes peeled for additional games we can play because we love running and sometimes running is even more fun when we are all out there getting it done together. From October 17-31 you logged a massive 178,183.51 miles, not too shabby for two weeks of running in October.
On to the winners…ok, to be fair you are all winners here. Everyone who signed up and logged a minimum of 5 runs during the Run the District challenge gets a $10 coupon for your next purchase from Pacers Running. We are here to support the journey and accomplishments of all runners and each and every one of you nailed it. Enjoy your loot! Fine Print: the email coupon will arrive in your inbox, is good for purchase in store only and expires on 12/31/2017.
Grand Prize Winners:
Our overall mileage winner is Andrew Brooks. Congratulations Andrew! You ran and walked a total of 315 miles during the Run the District challenge. That is a SOLID two weeks of training.
Our social media winner is Ryan Duckwitz (@ryducks) who Ran The District and Represented the District in the Marine Corps Marathon!
Our randomly selected Grand Prize winner is Seth Reed. Congratulations Seth, enjoy all of your goodies.
Smaller (yet still Grand Prize) Winners:
- Amos Desjardins
- Nicholas Blake
- Charles Becker
- Amanda Gordon
- Lara Bair
- Rachel Clark
- Ingrid Seggerman
- Erica Samalis
- Sean O’Leary
- Christopher Walsh
Prize winners, I will send you an email outlining the loot you have scored and arrange a Pacers location for you to pick it up. The email is your proof that you are a Run the District winner! Keep your eyes peeled for all of that info in the coming days.
A huge thank you to our Run the District sponsors: Hoka, District Taco, Sugar Shack, Shake Shack, Port City Brewing, Feetures! and KRā. It is super fun to celebrate the journey of all runners and you guys are great friends to the running community, 178,183.51 miles is kind of legit!
Thanks to everyone who got out there, logged some miles, and ran the District. That’s a wrap!