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Race To Wrigley-Help The Cause!!

Written by Nick Singleton on Tuesday, 08 April 2014. Posted in Baseball, Foundation Spotlight

Run For The Cause!!

Race To Wrigley-Help The Cause!!
On Saturday April 12th, Cubs Charities presents the 9th Annual Race to Wrigley 5k Run, which starts and finishes at legendary Wrigley Field. Help kick off the baseball season and show your support for a great cause.
 
This year we will celebrate Wrigley Field's 100th Anniversary. Once again, this year's personal fundraising proceeds will benefit Lurie Children's. After you sign up for the race, register as a fundraiser and make every step count. Race incentives are available for many different fundraising levels. Have your chance to wear an exclusive Race to Wrigley Wrigley 100 item or have your chance to watch the Cubs take on the Arizona Diamondbacks and have your photo taken on Wrigley Field post game. Runners who fundraise $1,000 or more are our Race MVP's and earn the unique opportunity to run a post-race victory lap inside historic Wrigley Field.

The course route allows racers to run through the concourse level of the Friendly Confines and through the streets of the Lakeview neighborhood.

The official race starter will be Danni Allen, Season 14's Biggest Loser winner.

To register, visit http://race-cubs.com

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Nick Singleton

Nick Singleton

Nick has been engulfed in the sports industry since a young child. As a natural athlete, Nick played baseball and ice hockey through high school,and continues to stay involved with sports and the outdoors in his free time

 

A resident of Chicago, Illinois, he is an avid fan of the New York Mets and New York Giants. Nick has a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Ramapo College and currently works for the Chicago Tribune.

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