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Get DRENCHED and help kids!
Atlanta runs "Drenched" for kids this summer!
Summer 2013: Runners and walkers of all ages, sizes and abilities are ready to get cool this summer in the Drenched 5K coming to Atlanta on August 17th. .
Participants will run or walk from dry to drenched through "hot zones" and drenched zones which may include mist tunnels, bubbles, foam zones, spectator "sniper" zones, fire hose spray manned by firefighters and a 100 foot long slip n slide through the finish line.
Runners and walkers are encourage to form teams, don crazy costumes, and bring out their biggest water guns for a little camaraderie and competition against other teams to raise money for a worthy cause- Kids!
Families are encouraged to get active together with discounted entries for kids 12 and under and kids 5 and under run FREE!
Included in the registration fee is a pair of sunglasses, packet of water balloons, Tshirt, and access the post-run Drenched Summer Party with the largest water balloon fight on the planet, music, cold drinks and more wet fun.
For those not interested in building up a sweat but who want to get in on the fun, Drenched has a free spectator zone where they get to drench the runners any way possible!
Drenched is donating a portion of entry proceeds to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Managing more than half a million patient visits annually at three hospitals and
20 neighborhood locations, Children's is the largest healthcare provider for children in Georgia
and one of the largest pediatric clinical care providers in the country. Children's offers access to more than 60 pediatric specialties and programs and is ranked among the top children's
hospitals in the country by U.S.News & World Report. With generous philanthropic and
volunteer support, Children's has made an impact in the lives of children in Georgia, the United
States and throughout the world. Visit www.choa.org for more information.