The Whiskey Run 5k

For Immediate Release: Contact: Brad Ziegler KC Running Company 411 E. 135th Street Kansas City, MO 64145 Phone: (816) 569-4508 Email: Brad@kcrunningcompany.com The Whiskey Run 5k and Kids Fun Run is part of the 27th annual Irishpalooza celebration in Martin City and will be held on Sunday morning, March 16th at 8am at 135th and Oak St in Kansas City, MO. The race is an out and back course that winds through the streets of downtown Martin City. All participants will receive a short sleeve moisture wicking shirt and a free post race breakfast at RC’s! Awards will be given to top overall male, female and masters winners, along with the top three in each age group. The top overall male and female winners will also be featured in the parade! Packet pickup will be at KC Running Company at 411 E. 135th Street Kansas City, MO on March 15 from 1-5pm. The event benefits the Martin City Business and Community Association and their scholarship funds. For more information or to register for this event, go to: http://www.whiskeyrun5k.com. ABOUT KC RUNNING COMPANY KC Running Company is an event management and timing company based in Kansas City. Formed in 2008, the KCRC team manages over 150 events annually in and around the Midwest. KC Running Company is the first and last place for all things running/walking in Kansas City. For more information, go to: www.kcrunningcompany.com. -END-

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