Get signed up now for the "The 5K Glow Run"  in Atlanta, Texas.

The Glow Run will take place in Atlanta, Texas in 'Woods Park'. The race will take place from 6:30 until 10 PM in downtown Atlanta Texas on October 23.

This year the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring this great race and this truly unique 5K is always a blast. This is a nighttime road run, and the city and organizers work diligently to provide a safe route while still creating a unique race experience.

This is what the race organizers had to say about this year's race:

We work hard each year to bring new additions to the run and light up as much of the course as we can in fun and creative ways! Competitive runners and fun/run participants are all welcome. Strollers are allowed, but due to the nature of the race, we ask that no dogs be on the route.

 

Make sure to put on your best and brightest for "The Glow Run". The 5K Glow Run is just one weekend before Halloween this year, so the organizers will feature the "Monster Mile" costume fun run. Your kids can sign up for the Monster Mile here until October 20.

There will be plenty of stuff for the kids, including a sports theme inflatable for the big kids and some bounce houses for the little ones.

Prizes will be awarded to girls and boys in various age groups. There will also be t-shirts and swag bags for all participants.

 

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