Friday, March 4, 2016

Ready, Set, Run!

In case you ever wanted to be a race director, I should tell you right now that it's not for the feint of heart. Coordinating all the aspects of a charity run are definitely challenging when you're already working a 40+ hour week...but the rewards are well worth the time and energy. I told Tony that I would continue doing this in his honor so long as my legs could handle it. So here we go!

HOA Approval Porta-potty Aid Station Medals/Swag Food/Drinks City Permit

We have a great run in store again this year. The weather looks promising (i.e., NOT 115!) and everything is falling into place. I'm especially excited this year to have a couple partners returning to help sponsor key elements of the run.

Our friends at Cadence Running Company have generously donated all the necessary race-day nutrition to keep your electrolytes balanced and your thirst quenched! If that wasn't enough, they're offering anyone who stops into the store a 15% discount when mentioning the Hom 100 (exclusions apply). Make sure and stop by the store and thank them for their support!

Dean (far left), Missy (far left of girl trio)
Next, we have Dean and Missy Varton who have generously donated their time and money to provide us with special Hom 100 participant medals and commemorative pint glasses. This is the first year we've been able to have extra-special mementos for everyone and I'm honored by their generosity and passion for our work with the ALS Association of Arizona. Thanks Dean and Missy!

I can't wait to see you out there and to share some miles with's guaranteed to be a great time and I'm sure I'll tell you a few of my favorite 'Tony' stories as the miles get longer :)

Don't forget to donate too!

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