Pretty Muddy All Women’s Mud Run Chicago!

Sorry fellas, this one is for the ladies only! Grab your girlfriends, suit up in your mud run finest, and hit the ground running for this exciting spa day of sorts.  You will conquer 3 miles of pure mud madness while tackling 10 exhilarating obstacles along the way-at your own pace of course!  After your mud exfoliation kick back and relax with the ultimate celebration complete with food, drink, live music, and so much more.  The more the muddier so recruit a team and be prepared to get Pretty Muddy.

Pretty Muddy is excited top be working with Susan G. Komen Chicagoland Area for their Chicago event.  They are donating 250 FREE registrations to breast cancers survivors. If you, or anyone you know is a survivor that would like to register, use code “SURVIVOR” for your complimentary entry!

Check out FAQ’s and get a sneak peak at all of the obstacles at www.prettymuddy.com.

The first 100 ladies to sign up using the promotional code “W3BODY” will receive $20 off of their registration! What are you waiting for? Sign up TODAY!

 

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