Pink in Action 5K/10K
Pink in Action is a chip-timed 5k or 10k run that helps raise funds to provides short-term assistance to Women, Men, and their Families, who are currently facing challenges from the effects of Cancer. Expect to experience a small-town feel on the fast and flat course with just enough competition to make it fun and exciting! Water and popsicles are provided, and the race is both dog and stroller-friendly. If you can’t make the date, they offer a virtual race option. Choose your own day/time to run your race and earn your medal, simply report your time. Money still goes towards charity and you receive a collectible medal and tech shirt!
Did you know that this race is part of a series of runs? If you like this race you may want to run one of the following Run Your Race AZ events.
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