Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities – Color in Motion 5k
Recently we shared an announcement about our new partnership with Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities (ARMHC) – we’re really excited to be involved!
Today we’re excited to share about one of ARMHC’s upcoming events – it’s makes for a fun day for your family and a great benefit to ARMHC!
Color in Motion 5k and ARMHC Partnership
The Color in Motion 5k is a fun run for everyone – any anyone! Participants do not need to be avid runners. Which works out good in my case, because I’m certainly not! The race isn’t timed so participants are welcome to run, walk or leisurely stroll with their friends – all while being plastered in vibrant colors!! Thus the name – COLOR in MOTION.
Save on Registration Fees:
For the month of September, registrants who sign up using code ARMHC30 will receive 30% off their registration fee. Click here for Participant Registration.
More about the Color in Motion 5k:
The Color in Motion 5k be reeling through Atlanta to throw a crazy colorful 5k race the morning of November 16, 2013. Registration is now open.
Runners in this kaleidoscopic event will run, jog, waltz and sashay their way through A-Town. Starting in white (be it a tee shirt and shorts, football jerseys, or ball gowns), participants gradually transform into a moving Technicolor blur as they get color blasted at stations located at every kilometer mark of the run.
The race is not timed or limited to just athletes – everyone of every age and level of fitness is invited to be active, social, and have a great time painting the town.
At the end of the race, participants can attend the “Color Bash” post-race party with music, dancing, and one last color blast.
Color in Motion 5k is looking forward to color blasting Atlanta while supporting the nearly 2,000 families who will call one of Atlanta’s two Ronald McDonald House Charities home this year.
About Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities:
ARMHC is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to serving the needs of children by providing temporary housing and support services to families of critically ill and injured children being treated at local hospitals. The two Atlanta Houses have provided a home away from home to more than 42,000 families since the first Atlanta House opened in 1979. For more information about ARMHC, please visit www.armhc.org or call (404) 315-1133.