Giveaway: Hot Chocolate 15/5K Race Entry!

Source: Hot Chocolate 15/5K

Source: Hot Chocolate 15/5K

As you already know, I was super stoked to be selected as an official blogger for the Hot Chocolate 15/5K race coming up in San Francisco, January 12th and with that, as promised, comes with perks for you, dear readers!

Today, I am happy to announce a giveaway for an entry to the Hot Chocolate 15/5K race- if you are the lucky winner, you can attend any race that isn’t sold out (and Hot Chocolate hosts events in Atlanta, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Nashville, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, Seattle, St. Louis, and my hometown- San Francisco!).

Not only does the Hot Chocolate 15/5K give you an awesome race course through some great U.S. cities, but you are also treated to a fleece jacket in your goodie bag, and a fantastic post-race party complete with hot chocolate (duh!), fondue and tons of dip-able treats, a Kids Zone, live DJ/dance party, plus a commemorative Finisher’s Mug!  Can’t get better than that!!!

Now that I’ve wet your palate with all those fantastic goodies, here’s how to enter…

a Rafflecopter giveaway

All entries must be accounted for by Rafflecopter. To earn entries, just follow all the prompts in the Rafflecopter widget (leave a comment on this post telling me in what city you want to run for chocolate, pin the photo, like Running4theReason on Facebook, like Hot Chocolate 15/5K on Facebooktweet about the giveaway with tags to @LauraRunning and @HotChocolate15K).

Please be sure to count each of your entries (you can enter daily!) in the Rafflecopter widget. I will email the lucky winner next Thursday, November 14th and his/her name will appear here on the Rafflecopter widget.  GOOD LUCK!!!

REMEMBER: if you don’t win, you can always register for the race using code RUNNING4MUG to receive a free travel mug at packet pickup! Sweeeeeeet!!!!


53 thoughts on “Giveaway: Hot Chocolate 15/5K Race Entry!

  1. Marie Oliveira

    I’d love to run in SF! I had no idea about about these races and I think it’s a brilliant idea. Running and chocolate. Doesn’t get much better than that!

  2. Marcia Molina

    This would be my first race back from PF troubles on my feet. Started a 5k training this week to get my back in the sport. I would love to run the San Francisco one.

  3. Emmalouise

    Woah.. would so love a free entry. I’ve just recovered from a torn ACL and bad case of Runners Knee (3 months of rest!) and this will be my first run once healed. (I ran 3 half Marathon’s with my injury).


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