Back on My Feet NYC Treadmill Fundraiser

Another “mini-post,” this time at the request of our good friend Terence Gershberg, Executive Director of Back On My Feet, NYC.  Apart from the important and meaningful work being performed by this organization, any of you who have read, and been moved by, the adventures of Scott Jurek in “Born To Run” will probably be anxious to run down just to sit at the feet of this running god.  Below, in Terence’s own hand, are the deets, so go and sign up, and… well, you know the rest… 😉  JAK

Well, happy Tuesday! This is perfect treadmill running weather…this Saturday, Nov. 22nd (see schedule below) BoMF is having a special fundraising event at Mile High Run Club. Ultra Marathon legend Scott Jurek will be teaching 3 classes.

5 great reasons why people should attend/sign up:

1) All the proceeds go to Back on My Feet!

2) We’ll have copies of Scott Jurek’s ready-to-be signed EAT AND RUN ($15 gets you a copy and automatic raffle entry for a chance to win amazing prizes!)

3) 1 purchased class = 1 free Mile High Run Club class (courtesy of Mile High Run Club).

4) Bombas Socks — as seen on Shark Tank will be giving everyone a free pair of socks for signing up for a class.

5) It’s going to be RAD!

The details:

28 East 4th Street between Lafayette & Bowery
New York, NY 10003

Class times:
9-9:45am Mile High Run Club (MHRC) Class

10-11:15am Master Class with Scott Jurek

11:30-12:15pm MHRC Class

12:30pm-1:45pm Master Class with Scott Jurek

2:30pm-3:15pm MHRC Class

3:30pm-4:45pm Master Class with Scott Jurek

5pm-5:45pm MHRC Class

This post is the opinion of the author and does not necessarily represent the opinion of the Dashing Whippets Running Team, its board, or its captains.


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