bRUNch Running Launches The bRUNch Run Race Series
Brunch themed race and festival highlighting the importance of food in a runner’s lifestyle
“Food plays an integral role in a runner’s lifestyle,” said bRUNch Running co-founder Alexandra Weissner. “After a race you are most often greeted with a plain bagel, a banana and a light beer. We want to change that. Using the same model as our weekly bRUNch runs, The bRUNch Run 5k event will feature an awesome morning run followed by a brunch themed festival showcasing local restaurants, craft beer and spirits.”
The race will start and finish at Stapleton Central Park. This fast, flat course, will take runners through the park and into Stapleton’s beautiful neighborhood. Prizes will be awarded for the top three finishers in each age category and best breakfast themed costume.
After the race, runners and spectators alike will enjoy a brunch themed festival featuring small bites and delicious beer and cocktails from some of Denver’s best restaurants and breweries such as Vesper Lounge and Lou’s Food Bar.
The entry fee for the race starts at $40. Non-runner tickets start at $30. A portion of proceeds from ticket sales benefit Metro CareRing (http://www.metrocarering.org/
To register visit http://brunchrunning.com/
About bRUNch Running
bRUNch is a social group that loves to run and eat brunch. Each Sunday bRUNchers gather at that week’s hosting restaurant to run a 5k or 10k. The run is not timed and starts and finishes at the restaurant. We encourage runners to run at their own pace and choose a distance they are comfortable running. After the run the fun continues where bRUNChers enjoy the ultimate brunching experience filled with delicious food, libations, and non-stop chatting. bRUNch Running operates weekly run clubs in Boulder, Denver and Northern Colorado, along with Phoenix, Arizona. For more information on bRUNch Running, visit www.bRUNchrunning.com.
About Metro CareRing
Metro CareRing, the largest hunger-relief organization in Denver directly serving families, offers nutritious food and other services to individuals and families in need. In addition to annually distributing more than 1.5 million pounds of primarily fresh food, Metro CareRing provides healthy living and nutrition education, self-sufficiency programs, and supportive services to help combat people’s root causes of hunger. Learn more at www.metrocarering.org.