2016 march to get screened 5k run/walk event giveaway

This is a sponsored post. March To Get Screened has provided me with two complimentary entries to give away, as well as two for my own use, in exchange for promoting their event in advance and reviewing it upon completion. All opinions are my own.

In a few weeks, the Jacksonville Fishing Pier will play host to the seventh annual March to Get Screened 5K Walk/Run event.


I have had the honor of being a part of the event for the past two years, and I am hoping that I can be on hand this time as well.

Founded in 2004 by survivor Jan Pratt, the March To Get Screened 5K is an event to raise awareness of colon cancer and the importance of regular screenings for early detection and prevention. Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States; a routine colonoscopy can prevent colon cancer from even starting.

Come out on Sunday, March 6 for a beautiful morning full of inspiration and education. The  5K  is runner and walker friends, and will start at the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier. The course will start at 9:o0 AM and is a gorgeous out and back on the sands of Jacksonville Beach.

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Register online here or at the event starting at 8:00 AM. Registration fees are $25 for runners (timed entries) and $15 for walkers (untimed). Children age 12 and under run for free.

After the event, enjoy food and drinks provided by Lynch’s Irish Pub and live music by Darren Corlew at the March to Get Screened after party.

You can also enter below: two lucky people will each win an entry to this wonderful event!

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We would love to see you there!

For more information about March To Get Screened 5K, please visit their webpage, or connect with them on Facebook or Twitter.

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