The ING New York City Marathon may be sold out, but you can still run with TEAM USO.
TEAM USO has ONE spot still available in the 2013 ING New York City Marathon.
As part of TEAM USO, You have the opportunity to fundraise and make your miles count for our troops and their families. As part of TEAM USO, the money you raise helps the USO provide much needed programs and services with our troops and their families, whether they are serving close to home or overseas, in recovery and in remembrance.
Participants receive special benefits at part of TEAM USO, including a guaranteed spots in the marathon, fundraising and training support, exclusive race gear and a free pasta dinner. TEAM USO’s online resources allow individuals to set up their own fundraising page which can be used to reach out to possible donors and spread the word about their efforts and what they can do to contribute.
Time is ticking away. Contact Kym Jordan at email@example.com to snag the final spot on our team.
And while you’re at it, check out these other TEAM USO success stories from the past year:
- Taking it to the runway: How one South Carolina airport director got innovative to help the USO
- How one TEAM USO runner was inspired by a boyhood friend’s sacrifice
- Mud, fun and sun: TEAM USO and Rugged Maniac team up to raise funds to help troops
–Story by USO Marketing and Story Development
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