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Dallas, Texas (February 27, 2019) -Hundreds of North Texas residents will participate in The Salvation Army’s Most Good 5K run on Saturday, April 6, starting at 8 a.m. People of all fitness levels will be running and walking this year at The Star, the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters in Frisco. The race will start on Cowboys Way in front of Tostitos Championship Plaza and wind through the adjacent business district setting then finish back in front of the Championship Plaza. A Dallas Cowboys alumni player will help present awards to top finishers in various categories.
The event will also include a health fair sponsored by Orthofix, located on the south field plaza of Baylor Scott & White at The Star. The official DJ of the Dallas Cowboys will be on-site to get the race started and welcome everyone back for the post-race party, which will have a mix of music, food, and entertainment.
Registration is currently $30 and increases over time.
March 13 - April 1 - $35
April 2 - April 5 - $40
April 6 - $50
For registration information, visit mostgood5k.com
Registrants will receive an event t-shirt, finisher medal, and goody bag. Packet pickup will be located at Nike at The Star, 5 Cowboys Way, Suite 125.
Race participants will also receive a 20% discount on Nike apparel exclusively at The Star location. There will be free parking at the Gaylord Lot and Silver Parking Garage.
For sponsorship information, please contact Vanessa Palmer at 214-637-8229 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Salvation Army serves Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, Denton and Ellis Counties. Services in Collin Country include emergency financial assistance to people who are employed but still living in poverty, food assistance to individuals and families in need, personal development programs for youth, after school care for children, summer day camp, Christmas gifts to children and special needs adults through the Angel Tree program; women’s programs, senior adult recreation and disaster relief.
Volunteers, contributors, and other supporters help make the services possible in local communities across the DFW Metroplex.