Sunday, November 02, 2014

Sunday Runday: Fit Foodie Entry Giveaway

So I'm really enjoying being an ambassador for the Fit Foodie Race Weekend.  It doesn't hurt that they keep sending some fantastic goodies in the mail. I'm getting incredibly spoiled.

It started with a simple pink apron.  (Which probably feeds into my unhealthy and ever growing apron collection)





Next came a cooler from Sartori cheese filled with parmesan, a cheeseboard, water bottle, hat, and wine charms.  The cheese is amazing and we're having to fight Thatbaby who thinks each wedge is a single serving.



Most recently I received a cookbook and jumprope.  Being a huge fan of Cooking Light recipes, I have high hopes for this cookbook which is filled with Cooking Light's take on some of our favorite "junk food" - burgers, sandwiches, pizzas, and desserts.


But not only am I being spoiled, now the Fit Foodie Weekend wants to help me spoil you.  By giving you an entry to the Fit Foodie 5k on November 15.   And the Finisher's Village, which is filled with  celebrity chef demos and tastings, fitness demos, beer and wine tastings, giveaways, and tastings from local residents.   But because I know how much you'd want to share this fun, you're going to get a second entry for a friend!  Because everything is more fun with a friend.  

The Giveaway will run till next Sunday night.  So enter, then have your friends enter and double your chances!  Can't wait to see you there!


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5 comments:

  1. Proof that it is fun to be the ambassador! Enjoy!

    Velva

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  2. It's a race that goes through Antietam National Park. So moving to run amongst history.

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  3. I loved the iron girl 10k. Beautiful cold day and a pr, on my sons 2nd birthday!

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  4. I LOVED Esprit de She Duathlon! SO far my favorite because it grows every year!

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  5. My favorite race was the Carlsbad Half Marathon last year. I pr'd (what's not to like about that) and enjoyed the entire experience. It was one of those runs where everything just came together.

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