July 31, 2012
-- Orlando, Florida - With The Bunny Run now in history as an official “success” and the racing team resting somewhere in the suburbs of Orlando, many people find themselves questioning how the team was able to pull this off. Bunny Up activities in 48 states, in TEN days seems hard to imagine, but the Bunny Up Racing Team managed to do it and update their Facebook Fan Page (The Bunny List) along the way!
Having departed an undisclosed location in Central Florida at 12:01am on Saturday, July 14th, The Bunny Up Team raced against the clock to engage in “Bunny Up” activities within each state in ten days to promote a new and entertaining brand focused on building healthy relationships.
“Bunny Up”, a phrase coined by Robert Englehardt, Founder & CEO of Bunny Up, LLC is used to describe the intimate relations two people share together.
“Sex, romance and passion are key elements to a Bunny Up Moment”, said Robert. “It's an essential part of any relationship between two partners and we should all enjoy Bunny Up Moments on a frequent basis. Indeed, The Bunny Run came with a challenging schedule, but our team was successful by incorporating key techniques while racing from location to location.”
Bunny Up, LLC has just released a DVD titled “Speeding 101: How to race across country without getting tickets!” This instructional video provides information on how to speed without getting tickets and incorporates information on speeding, passing, day runs, night racing, police techniques, police equipment, safety & equipment and hazards. The instructional video may be purchased online at TheBunnyList.com.
In addition to engaging in “Bunny Up Activities” The Bunny Up Team placed clues for a nationwide treasure hunt sponsored by Captain Blue Eye of Pirate’s Buried Treasures.
Bunny Up, LLC provides Bunny Up Branded products and services through it’s online store and third party retailers in select locations. Customers making purchases through their online store are given an opportunity to select from a list of charities, which charity receives a portion of the proceeds from their purchase. The charities listed are focused on either children of veterans.
For more information, visit their website at www.TheBunnyList.com