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Color in Motion 5K Race Entry Giveaway

This morning, I did this leg workout:

I liked it, so I figured you might too.

I also like racing. And giving free race entries to you. Color in Motion 5K is helping me combine those loves and wants to give two lucky I Have Run readers a free entry to their race in Salt Lake City on July 19! The purpose behind the Color in Motion race series is to get people moving, which is another thing I very much like.

Winners don't just get a free entry though. You get a SWAG PACKAGE, with the entry, a swag bag and a pair of sunglasses!

If you don't live in the Salt Lake area, check out the other Color in Motion races around the country HERE. You can get 40% off your race entry by using the promo code: IHAVERUN

To enter to win:

  • Leave a comment telling me your favorite way to get moving! (Required)
  • Post about this giveaway on Twitter, Instagram, your blog and/or Facebook. 1 additional entry for each post! Either tag me (@ihaverun on IG and Twitter) or leave a comment letting me know you posted. (Optional)
  • Join the Color in Motion Event on Facebook. Leave a comment letting me know you did. 1 additional entry for joining. Then SHARE it on Facebook for another entry! (Optional)

I will anounce the winners on Monday, July 7!!!




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  2. I love being silly and dancing with my kids. I'm starting to build a love for running and try to push myself a little more each time. All I need is a good beat to help me get moving 🎶

  3. I literally was just yesterday talking about how I have been CRAVING a FUN COLOR RUN!!!!! ahhhh! This is perfect:) I love to get moving in so many different ways---running, hiking, exploring with my pups, weightlifting...I love it all...especially if it is outside!:)

  4. My favorite way to get moving is anything I get to do with my sister. We bike, run or swim together. I love going out and burning calories and also burning all my stresses away by talking with her while we exercise.

  5. This looks like so much fun. Does it include travel expenses for those who live far away? ;-) Wish I could enter!

  6. My favorite way to get moving is to Run or Swim

  7. I liked the Color in Motion Page on Facebook almach56 at aol dot com

  8. I love running, especially when I get to run with my 8 year-old daughter. :)

    1. I love running, rollerblading, hiking. Being outdoors with my kiddos. I posted it on facebook and joined the color in motion event. Thanks. Please pick me. Jenny Lunsford

  9. I love running I get me moving but if you asked me a few years ago I would tell you that running just to run was the dumbest thing ever.

  10. For some reason I was logged in through my blog. There have been problems with my blog, so I am posting through my facebook page instead of under my Howard Bunch blog. I can't wait to see who won the giveaway!

  11. I have been having problems with my blog & so I posting through my Facebook account. I can't wait to see who won the giveaway. Good luck to all! :)


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