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Join us for the Run Ranger Run Columbus Kick-Off event to support Gallant Few. Gallant Few supports veterans as they transition into civilian life after the military.
WHY: Ranger Cory Smith and his 565 mile journey home from Fort Benning to Indiana. The funds raised during this month long event supports the mission of Gallant Few and its partners for the rest of the year.
WHAT: You and a team do up to 10 people run/walk/bike/row (or ruck) during the month of February to achieve 565 team miles! Let me tell you, the shirts are amazing and I always finish the month in better shape than I started!
NEW THIS YEAR: we have a kickoff goal! All participants at the event will combine our miles to reach 150 collective kick off miles!
8:30 warm up and sign up for Run Ranger Run
9:00 1 mile group run
9:15-11:00 continue logging miles and sign up for Run Ranger Run. Challenge other registrants to tackle additional miles on bikes, rowers or hit the pavement for another lap or two.
MAX FITNESS: Will honor RRR participants with a free month pass (Now-February) to work out, if you are participating in Run Ranger Run. - https://www.maxfitnesselite.com/
CROSSFit CSG: Will honor RRR participants with a free Saturday (Every Saturday) work out, if you are participating in Run Ranger Run. - https://crossfitcsg.com/
The "Y" J.P. Thayer YMCA: Will honor RRR participants with a free work out (Month of February 2019), if you are participating in Run Ranger Run. - https://www.columbusymca.com/
Uncommon Athlete: https://www.uncommonathleteinc.com/ Will honor RRR participants with a free Saturday (Every Saturday) work out, if you are participating in Run Ranger Run.
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