Want to buy some fall running gear 20 percent off? Interested in free samples? Would you like to support the National Foundation to End Women's Cancer and find out more about the upcoming 5k race on November 8th? What about stopping by to show your support for Matt and Team Daddy's Blind Ambition? If so, we hope you'll join us this Saturday!
City Sports, one of the National Race to End Women's Cancer sponsors, is hosting a special promotional event this Saturday, September 26th from 10 am - 3 pm, at its brand new store in the Mosaic District (by the Target). Passport Mini of Alexandria and Zoes Kitchen, two other proud race sponsors, will also be there. Matt will be there in the afternoon to show his support for the event, the race, and the cause.
To save 20 percent off your entire purchase, you just have to mention "heart your lady parts" at checkout. For those in DC who don't want to venture outside the city, you can also stop by the 19th Street City Sports location to get more information and save 20 percent on your purchase by saying the same thing at checkout!
Speaking of the race, it is only six weeks away and Team Daddy's Blind Ambition is in desperate need for runners and walkers to join Matt and I on the course! We are currently only a team of two--that is hardly a team. All we are asking is that you register for the race and run or walk with (or near) us. Please join us by clicking here. To read our story and our personal connection to this race, check out my last blog post or read about our story on the Foundation's website.
I know many of you reading this blog are runners, both recreational and competitive, but even if you aren't, you can certainly walk a 5k. I plan to walk the race, possibly with three kids in a BoB, since I will still be recovering from the Marine Corps Marathon so there are no excuses!
Team Daddy's Blind Ambition really wants your support and company on November 8th!
My husband Matt is a lot of things. He is a wonderful husband to me and father to our three (adorable!) little children. He is an avid runner. He’s a financial analyst. He’s also legally blind. This blog is my attempt to follow him on his journey to the 2016 Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro. We have no idea what this journey will look like, or exactly how we’ll get there, but we are determined to try.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Special Event THIS Saturday!
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