It’s time to mark those calendars for a fun and exciting event to enjoy with the whole family while supporting an organization who helps under privileged children or ones that are in need of clothing, like the children who lost all theirs in Hurricane Sandy, with clean new underwear. Underwearness will be holding their 4th Annual Drop Your Drawers 5K. The event will take place on May 31, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. Participants will run or walk around a course enjoying the beauty of Denver’s City Park and Zoo.
After the event you are invited to attend a private party in the Zoo with live entertainment.
Is a 5K not what you are interested in doing? Well you can still help out a great cause and enjoy the private party at the zoo by paying the Zoo only registration fee. Team registrations are also welcomed.
Early Bird registration fees, prior to April 1st, 2013, are:
5K for Adults $30
5K for Youth ages 3-17 $20
5K Child 2 and under $0
Zoo only Adult $20
Zoo only Youth ages 3-17 $15
Zoo only Child 2 and under $0
5K Team/Group (race only minimum 4) $25 each
All registered participants will receive the following:
Zoo entry to the Denver Zoo private event (zoo will be closed to the public at this time) – including access to the Toyota Elephant Passage.
T-shirt with 2013 race design.
Goodie bag with various discount and offers.
2 drink tickets (must be over 21 and present ID for alcoholic beverages). *Please note the zoo does not allow outside food or drinks. Food will be available for sale within the zoo (cash only).
Bib and chip timer (race is professionally timed by TBD) for 5K participants - results will be posted on underwearness.org after the race.
Free parking is available in the parking lots or garage adjacent to the Denver Zoo.
More information on packet pickup locations, volunteering, sponsors and the event are available at their website by clicking here or visiting: www.underwearness.org/drop-your-drawers/
Underwearness is 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization providing new underwear to children in need.
Underwearness was also featured in an article where they helped the victims of Hurricane Sandy. You can see this article by clicking here or the link below.