Nike is challenging people young and old, of every fitness
level, to get up and run together on one day – around the world. More
specifically, they are looking to have one million runners participate in a 10K
called the Nike+ Human Race on August 31.
Proceeds from the Nike Human Race
will benefit three global charities:
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
Physical 10K races will take place in 25 global markets from
London to Istanbul to Shanghai and Sao Paulo. In the U.S., they will be hosted
in Austin, Chicago, New York and L.A. Major musical acts will perform following
the races in each of those markets including Ben Harper, Fall Out Boy,
All-American Rejects and Kanye West respectively.
* How to register: http://nikeplus.nike.com/nikeplus/humanrace/index.jsp
IF you're in NYC:
Join The Nike+ Human Race 10K and Bring a Friend to see The
Register for the NYC Nike+ Human Race 10K by July 31st and
you'll receive a complimentary guest ticket for The All-American Rejects
concert following the race. This is a limited time offer available while
supplies last, so don't wait. Visit The Nike+
Human Race 10K site to register and join the other 10,000 New York
participants in the world's largest race.
Upon registering, please print out your confirmation ticket
and bring it to one of the following locations to claim your guest ticket:
NIKETOWN NY - 3rd Floor Running Desk
NIKE RUNNERS' STATION - Hudson River Park at Harrison Street
Remember to sign up early and take advantage of this special
offer so that you can bring your friend along to share in this great event!
SEE YOU THERE!
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