Win an Entry to the Ambleside Mile!

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This contest has closed – congratulations to our winner, Jan Heuninck! 

How fast can you run a mile?

Here’s your chance to find out! Although I’m still pretty new to blogging, I want to take this opportunity to share my appreciation with my loyal readers! And give you an opportunity to run the Ambleside Mile – for free! This event is being put on by the same awesome folks who organized the West Van Run – which, incidentally, was the topic of my very first race report!

So let’s get down to business…

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What is the Ambleside Mile?

What?  Join runners and walkers of all levels in this annual 1 mile running race – part of the Ambleside Community Day celebration!
When?
 Saturday, June 7, 2014
What time?  9:45am
Where?  Marine Drive & 17th Street, West Vancouver
How much?  $27.95 (unless you win this contest!)

How can I win?

Contest details:
1. Leave a comment on this post (under ‘Leave a Reply’). Not sure what to say? Tell us why you love running!
NOTE: You will be required to include your email address – this will NOT be made public, but will allow me to contact you with your prize!

2. Reposting to Twitter or Facebook (or other social media) is optional – but very much appreciated.

3. The contest runs from Sunday, April 27 to Saturday, May 3 (midnight).

4. A random draw will be held on Sunday, May 4 (AFTER the BMO Marathon!)

5. I will contact the winner by email on the evening of Sunday, May 4. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, and I will share the FREE registration code!

All entrants will receive a 10% discount code to register for the Ambleside Run!

Final Thoughts

I’m really excited about this contest! It’s something I’ve never done before – still new to blogging, remember – but it makes me feel sort of ‘legit’. I expect to learn things about how a contest works, and hope to connect with more readers (and other bloggers?) as a result.

I really look forward to your comments! Please, stay a while – visit some of my other blog posts, comment elsewhere. If you like what you read, follow me!

Thank you!

A special shout-out to Kirill and the Ambleside Mile team for making this contest possible!
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Twitter: @amblesidemile
Facebook: AmblesideMile

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12 Comments

  1. Jaclyn Jary

    I LOVE RUNNING BECAUSE IT HAS MOTIVATED ME TO DO MORE AND MORE RUNS AND SET PERSONAL GOALS. THE ATMOSPHERE IS ALWAYS AMAZING AND PUMPS ME UP TO FEEL LIKE I CAN DO ANYTHING I PUT MY MIND TO. THE MILE RACE WOULD BE ANOTHER CHALLENGE FOR ME TO COMPLETE.

  2. I wish I was in town that day, I would so enter this contest!!! I love running because it makes me feel strong (How’s that?). Plus I get to meet people (like you!) that I would probably never connect with otherwise! Good luck to all the entrants 🙂

    • Lucy, thanks for commenting even though you can’t attend. I agree with your comment – meeting people like you is one of the huge pluses of running! I’ll get you at the next contest!

  3. Sometimes I wonder why I run.

    Especially those days when it feels like my legs are lead weights attached to a jiggling belly. But then are the days when my head is totally connected to my body and breathing feels effortless. The faster I go, the easier it feels and all the stress melts away.

    Then there are the great people I have met over the years during training runs and races!

    Running has changed my life for the better and I look forward to many more years on the roads and trails.

  4. Bev – you are absolutely right! In retrospect, I support today (BMO) was a bit more of the former than the latter, but we did it! Proud of both of us!!

    Running has changed my life, too.

  5. I am pleased to announce that Jan Heuninck has won the random draw for the free entry to the Ambleside Mile! Jan – I’ll send you an email with the discount (i.e. free!) code. All other entrants will receive a 10% off code to sign up online! Thanks to everyone who entered!

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