May the 4th Be with You!

This past week the DAWS charity debuted their 2nd annual May the 4th be with You virtual race. The medal this year is the Yavin medal showcased at the end of Star Wars episode IV and it looks pretty cool! Here is a picture of the mock-up.

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We worked to get my blog readers a discount for the virtual race. All you need to do is register for the race on Active.com and when you get to the final “Review Cart & Check Out“ screen you can enter the coupon code in all capital letters. The coupon code is NERFHERDER. Feel free to copy and paste it so you get the spelling correct!

The virtual race needs to be completed in the month of May and you can run, walk, roll, or swim a distance of your choosing whether it’s a single mile or 26.2 miles! The DAWS group would love for you to post a picture of yourself at the end of your virtual race on the DAWS Facebook page!

The funds raised will help find a cure for and raise awareness of Spinal Muscular Atrophy. If you are unfamiliar with this genetic disease then all you need to know is that it is the #1 genetic killer of children under 2 years of age and that there is currently no cure or even a treatment. It is a terminal and degenerative disease that causes weakness and wasting of the voluntary muscles in infants and children. 1 in 6000 children are born with SMA.

Here’s what you get!

  1. A little motivation to run, walk, roll, or swim a distance of your choosing between May 1 – 30th, 2015.
  2. A cool medal!
  3. The satisfaction of knowing that you helped find a cure or treatment for Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).

Now get out there and register you scruffy looking NERFHERDER!! Okay…maybe not “scruffy looking.”

Happy Training!
Brian

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