1.Hungover This past weekend I crossed Montana off my list (recap to come) I can honestly say that this weekend was a first in the fact that I ran the race HUNGOVER. How does this happen?
Surprise to find there is a walking brewery tour!
2 rounds at Uberbrew
2 rounds at Yellowstone Valley Brewery
Glass of wine at packet pickup
"Moscow Mule"- homemade vodka + ginger beer + lime juice (in copper cup)
Worlds best pumpkin beer
2 more "Moscow Mules" - 1 regular and 1 with a shot of fireball whiskey
Total drink count was 9 drinks (granted it was the course of 6 or so hours) but still a bit. While waiting for our shuttle to take us to the race I was busy hating life. Thanks Kim for capturing the essence.
2. Free Ragnar! Randomly received an email today from the Ragnar Marketing director stating they were giving our company 3 free teams for Ragnar TN and to just let her know team name and who paid and they would issue a refund... talk about a surprise. Naturally I made sure my team was one of the 3 teams- sweet.
3. Rachelle from Living the Sweat Life let me know today she was looking at The Sweater Dash 5k in Seattle, WA and who happens to be featured on the home page?!?!
Yours truly! My first thought was "how cool", but then as I thought about it.... how in the world did they find this photo? Its taken from almost 2 years ago at a corporate event where we shop for underpriviledged children instead of having a work Christmas party. I'm assuming my blog- but that brings me to another point, don't they have to ask permission when they use photos for promotion?!!?
Here is the original photo (as you can see, we're in Walmart)
Ever ran a race hung over?
1st time and actually ran a decent time surprisingly
What are your thoughts on company using photos to promote their event that were NOT taken at a previous event?
I get using photos from a previous race, but just to find a randomly awesome sweater and use it, I'm unsure how i feel about this.