Saturday April 22, 2017 – Dallas, TX

This year will be the first annual Redeem Dallas Run hosted by 2nd Saturday, an organization that is deeply involved with various projects around Dallas with the hope to reach lives, restore hope, and redeem communities. They do this by not only investing in helping build homes for the disabled community, but by investing in the lives of former felons, drug-dealers, and gang-members through sustainable businesses.

Aside from its incredible mission to make an impact in Dallas, the race is going to be awesome. The 5K run will start and finish at the Ron Kirk bridge with the scenic Dallas skyline as its backdrop and a beautiful course through the Trinity River trails.

Photos by 2ndSaturday.Org

If you have not been out to the bridge or the Trinity trails, this is the perfect opportunity to see one of the prettiest spots in Dallas with newly renovated trails.

The race will be chip-timed (optional) for competitive runners looking to log in their next PR and also friendly to walkers and families who just want to come out and have a great time.

If you sign-up before April 15, you’ll receive a shirt you’ll want to wear in support of Dallas with the redeem Dallas logo and Dallas skyline.

After the run, expect a fun after-party with music, refreshments, and awards.

At $30 for entry, it’s a steal to be part of a solid 5K with an even better cause that will go a long ways to make a difference in Dallas.

Sign-up here before April 06 to get Early Registration pricing.



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