Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival Muddy 5k Run on Father’s Day!

March 27, 2014 -
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Hi everyone! Happy Friday! I am currently at a local high school presenting for Professional Friday! While I’m out & about this morning, I want you to meet this weeks Feature Friday, Carly!
A student at Slippery Rock University, she is working with the Butler County Tourism Bureau on promoting and planning our first Bantam Muddy 5k this year.
The Muddy 5k is in sponsorship by The Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival which is a tribute event for the father of all jeeps, the history behind it, the people who created it, and its birthplace, Butler, Pennsylvania.
The main event is at Coopers Lake Campground while the Jeep Invasion takes place in Downtown Butler.

Want to have some fun in them mud?

Then join The Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival in bringing in their newest event The Bantam Jeep Muddy 5k! Nearly everyone at a Jeep Festival loves mud so it makes perfect sense to give mud-lovers a chance to get a little muddy!

New in 2014, join us at 8 a.m. on Father’s Day, June 15, for a family-friendly 5K mud race on foot.  The race course will challenge people to perform as well as a tricked-out Jeep.  Obstacles will include tires, cargo nets, steep hills, wooded trails and the Jeep Playground itself (hint, hint – mud pit!!!).

Pre-registration is required.  No on-site registration.  Limited to first 500 registrants.  Minimum age is 12 years.

Medals will be awarded to top three finishers in these age classes, plus the top male and female finisher overall:

12-19 years

20-29 years

30-39 years

40-49 years

50-59 years

60+ years

Participants will receive a shirt, breakfast and admission to the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival on Sunday, June 15, plus bragging rights!  Entry fee is $55.  Jeep Festival participants and volunteers will receive a $10 discount code after they register for the Festival which can be utilized during online race registration.  No refunds of race registration fees.

Festival admission is included for race registrants.  All others who wish to watch the race will need to pay Festival admission which is $7 for adults and $3 for kids.  Plan to stay after the race and enjoy all the Festival offers!

Registration can be accessed at this [website].

 You can also find them on [FACEBOOK].

Thank you for offering this great info on your race, Carly! & Good luck to everyone participating!

Happy Friday & Be True To You,

xo Kasey

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