Victory Junction news 2010-11-23

Victory Junction Hosts the 5th Annual Run to Victory Randleman, NC-November 23, 2010--The 5th Annual Run to Victory will be held on December 12, 2010. 1,000 athletes are expected to run, walk and wheel through Randleman, N.C. with spectators ...

Victory Junction Hosts the 5th Annual Run to Victory

Randleman, NC-November 23, 2010--The 5th Annual Run to Victory will be held on December 12, 2010. 1,000 athletes are expected to run, walk and wheel through Randleman, N.C. with spectators lining streets to watch and cheer. Both the half marathon and 5k events begin and end at Victory Junction this year and start at 10 a.m. The run provides great photo opportunities and a great finish line festival. The post-race festivities will include a corn bread and chili meal at the camp's Fuel Stop dining hall.

"It's amazing to think of the support we have received for this event each year," said Kyle Petty, Founder and Vice Chairman of Victory Junction Camp. "Our community, camper families and volunteers are like no other and that's the reason this event is so successful after five years."

The race day schedule will feature special events that include the Victory Circle breakfast and worship service. The Victory Circle breakfast will be held at 8 a.m. in the Fuel Stop for those participants who have raised $1450 or more. The breakfast gives donors a chance to celebrate their fundraising goal and receive special recognition from Kyle and Pattie Petty as well as Runners World columnist John "The Penguin" Bingham. The worship service will be held at 9 a.m. in Silver Theatre and led by Kenny Crosswhite, the chaplain of NASCAR communities.

For more information or to register for the Run to Victory please visit www.runtovictory.org.

-source: victory junction

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