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Hometown Hero Run

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Hometown Hero Run

: Adventure Run With Obstacles
Race Date: Saturday, April 19, 2014
Start Time: 8:00 A.M.
Entry Fee: $55-$75 Discount for Military, Fire, Police or First Responder
Location: Honeysuckle Hill Farm
Address: 1765 Martins Chapel Church Road
City/State/Zip: Springfield, Tennessee 37172
Country: USA
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WHAT THE HECK IS THIS?

The Hometown Hero Run is an adventure challenge run with 10+ obstacles along a 3-4 mile course.  Join us in honoring all of our local, hometown heroes with this run at Honeysuckle Hill Farm.  Who is your hero?  Train and run for them.

OBSTACLE INFO

Specifics on obstacles will not be released until a week prior to the event.  There will be 10+ obstacles to complete.  Train hard because these will not be easy!  Hill climbs, tire pulls, slides and smoke barns will be a few of the grueling obstacles throughout the course.  Be prepared to get wet and muddy.  Average completion time is 2-3 hours.  There will be showers and changing areas for after the run.

JUNIOR HERO CHALLENGE

The Junior Heroes will complete a mile of obstacles which includes trudging through a mud pit!  Junior participants must be age 7 by the day of the Hometown Hero Run.  There will be no exceptions for safety purposes.

PARKING

FREE!! Parking attendants will park you in the fields at Honeysuckle Hill Farm.

FUN FOR THE FAMILY

Honeysuckle Hill Farm stands by and supports a family atmosphere.  Portions of the race, including the finish line are spectator friendly.  Zip lining through the woods is another way to view the runners.  Family friendly means NO ALCOHOL.  Small children will be able to ride ponies, hunt for Easter eggs (it is Easter weekend and all), along with other activities.  The Hometown Hero Run and Honeysuckle Hill Farm aim to make this event amazing for all ages.  Bring your family!

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS 

Volunteers are what make events successful.  We are looking for volunteers!!  All volunteers have the option of running the course for only $20!  Please contact Jess at jesschristensen15@gmail.com if you are interested in volunteering!  Volunteer with a group of friends.  Everything is more fun with friends!

WANT TO BE A SPONSOR?

Please contact Vikki at 615-448-8263 or hometownherosponsors@yahoo.com for more information.  Paste your name or company on one of the obstacles!

CHARITY

Feel good!  A percentage of the proceeds will be dontated to the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt!

Event schedule and times

RAIN OR SHINE, HOMETOWN HERO RUN IS ON!

START TIME

Can you finish in 2 hours or less?  If you are in the best shape of your life and want to compete for time, you are elite.

Hometown Hero Elite Run: 8:00 am

Hometown Hero Run Open/Teams: 8:15 am

Hometown Hero Run waves will begin at 8:15 am and the last wave will be at 2:00 pm.  Waves will begin every 30 minutes and each will consist of 100 participants.  You can register for your designated start time during registration and we will do our best to accommodate.  If you miss your start time, too bad, so sad.  There is NO GUARANTEE that we can put you in a different wave.  If you are registered with a team, your captain will choose the start time.

Junior Hero Challenge (ages 7-13): 2:30 pm

Kids Easter Egg Hunt (age 6 and under): FREE All Day

Packet pick-up: Friday, April 18th from 3-6 pm and Saturday, April 19th from 7-9 am

ALL MILITARY AND FIRST RESPONDERS MUST SHOW ID AT PICKUP TO REDEEM DISCOUNT

Course Information:

Specifics on obstacles will not be released until a week prior to the event. There will be 10+ obstacles to complete. Train hard because these will not be easy! Hill climbs, tire pulls, slides and smoke barns will be a few of the grueling obstacles throughout the course. Be prepared to get wet and muddy. Average completion time is 2-3 hours. There will be showers and changing areas for after the run.
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