ARCHIVED EVENT - October 26, 2013 - 6:00PM - ARCHIVED EVENT
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INTRODUCTIONThe Halloween season is devilishly awaiting in the near future... Don't celebrate this holiday in the shadows of the past, come experience rUnDead 5k at Paradise Valley Community College for it's first-year event kick-off! All proceeds will benefit Diversity Inc. at PVCC, as well as the patients and families at Phoenix Children's Hospital. Don't be afraid, come join the fun!
DETAILSAll participating runners will be wearing a "lifeline" (flag football belt with flags) and will endure the course around Paradise Valley Community College campus with only one thing to worry about... the UnDead. Volunteers dressed as zombies may play dead, but don't be fooled they'll be attempting to pull your lifeline. Register now as a "Human" and wear a costume of your choice OR register to be a running "Zombie" to be released in the second heat. DON'T LIKE TO RUN? THAT'S OKAY! There will be a Fun Zone with plenty to do... games and activities, face-painting, an "Enter to Win" and a movie on the lawn. This Halloween will be celebrated right!
DONATEThis event was put together by a former cancer patient at Phoenix Children's Hospital in hopes to give back to the hospital that saved her life. For those who are unable to attend the event, any donation is appreciated and will positively benefit the patients and families at PCH. Thank you in advance for your donation. CLICK HERE to donate
COST$30 until midnight October 1
$35 until 6:00 p.m. October 25
$40 Race day registration
SCHEDULESATURDAY, OCTOBER 26
4:30 p.m. Registration opens at Paradise Valley Community College
6:00 p.m. rUnDead 5km begins
LOCATIONParadise Valley Community College
18401 N 32nd St
Phoenix AZ 85032
AWARDSTop 3 overall male and female finishers
Top 3 costumes
TimingThis race will be chip timed using disposable chip technology by RFID Timing. Timing chips are on the reverse side of your race number. Race numbers should be worn the correct way up, pinned to the front of your shirt and worn over your belly button.