May 23, 2015
High Point Farm
http://www.mudrunguide.com/event/washington-dc-day-crisis-2015/ High Point Farm, 23730 Frederick Rd, Clarksburg, MD, United States Day of Crisis email@example.com use-title true MM/DD/YYYY
The first heat is at 4:00 p.m.
There are 7 heats – every 30 minutes from 4pm-7pm.
There are 130-145 people per heat based on hitting 1000 participants.
Venue:High Point Farm
23730 Frederick Rd
Clarksburg, MD, United States - View Map
Organizer:Day of Crisis 2 Hours * 3 Miles * 4 Disaster Zones * 4 Dog Tags * 1 Sanctuary
This is ground zero for real life simulations of the first harrowing minutes of a raging flood, forest fire, infectious outbreak, and ultimate flight-instinct with a “run-like-hell for your life” to the finish tent, called 'The Sanctuary.'
You can win a dog tag for each obstacle, flood, fire, infection, run-for-your-life completed for a total of 4 dog tags that you can wear proudly.
This brand spanking new obstacle course, designed by the pros at Cadence Sports and influenced by real life emergency personnel, challenges the “first responder” in all of us in a way that takes skill, fitness, team building, all while raising money for Project HOPE to keep delivering medical supplies and training to people in *real* crisis situations around the world.
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What You Get:
- Commemorative dog tag for each disaster zone mastered
- Final dog tag for survivors that complete all 4 disaster zones
- Free cold beer at the finish tent
- Free photos of you from each of the 4 disaster challenges
- Entrance to the after party
The course will consist of 4 themed-crisis zones, which match our nation's worst case crisis scenarios - verified by our nation's top first responders.
Strength and perseverance will bring you through the flooding zone as you work with your team to help stop flooding (hint: sandbags will be involved).
Grace under pressure is the key to surviving the infection zone.
Keep your wits about you as you figure out the origin of the infection.
Do it fast or you may find yourself carrying infected teammates to the next zone.
Try not to lose your team in the smoke at your next zone as you tackle obstacles despite low visibility.
Now run for your life.
There will be aid stations and paramedics will be on stand by.
There will be fruit and water at the finish line as well as food and beer for purchase.
Spectators are free and there are designated viewing areas.
Spectators get into the post-party.
Parking is free.
Carpooling is recommended.
You can walk from the lot to the event.
There is a post-party with a DJ, food and beverages available for purchase.
You must be 16 years old to race.
All of the proceed for this event go to Project HOPE.
Founded in 1958, Project HOPE provides medical training and health education, as well as conducts humanitarian assistance programs in more than 35 countries including the United States.
Fundraising is not required. That being said, a few quick emails or a message on social media could make a huge difference for Project HOPE. They are the experts at stretching a dollar, and every single dollar you raise for the Project HOPE mission sends $105 in medical supplies for vulnerable boys and girls, men and women around the world.
All registered participants that actively fundraise for Project HOPE will also be eligible for additional prizes and Day of Crisis gear!
You can register as a team or as an individual. Teams consist of four people.
Register as a team by clicking the “Registration” button on the event city page of your choice.
During the registration process, please indicate that your are registering a Corporate Team.
Our staff will contact you to discuss next steps.
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