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Community Partner Spotlight: Circle City Donut Dash


Monday, February 12, 2018

 

 


 

The Circle City Donut Dash 5K, presented by American College of Education and benefiting Teachers’ Treasures, returns for a third year of tasty fun on Saturday, February 17.

 

Not sure if the event is for you? Here are 6 reasons that could change your mind!

 

  1. 1. Free Long’s donuts! Thanks to event sponsor Farmers Insurance, everyone gets to enjoy tasty glazed Long’s donuts at the event after party.
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  3. 2. The Donut Challenge. The 5K features two fun events, a standard 5K experience and the Donut Challenge, where participants attempt to down a dozen delicious glazed donut holes at the midpoint of the race. But don’t worry, those not up to the challenge still have plenty of access to donuts after the race.
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  5. 3. Free Shopping Pass for ALL Teachers. As a race supporting Marion County teachers and kids, teachers are highly encouraged to take part in the race--especially those from school systems not traditionally shopping eligible. ALL teachers who register for the race can use code TEACHERS to take $5 off their registration. In addition, they’ll receive a shopping pass to use at Teachers’ Treasures on a later date.
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  7. 4. Crazy donut attire. From donut leggings to jewelry, this is a chance to rock your love of donuts with the craziest attire you can find. Three Best Dressed awards will be presented after the race, including Best Dressed Individual, Best Dressed Team, and Best Dressed Teacher Team. The winning Teacher Team will receive coffee and donuts delivered to their school courtesy of Farmers Insurance.
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  9. 5. Complimentary Sun King! Sun King has been a generous partner for the past three years, bringing a special coffee-infused beer to pair with your donut. All participants 21 & up (and who have their ID on hand) will receive a complimentary pint to celebrate the end of the race.
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  11. 6. Supporting Indianapolis teachers and kids in need. Every registration goes to support Teachers’ Treasures, a non-profit that obtains and distributes school supplies free to teachers of students in need. Every day countless Marion County students struggle with access to basic school supplies like pencils and paper, often relying on teachers to help get them the tools they need to succeed. Over 100,000 kids are impacted by Teachers’ Treasures each year.

 

Ready to sweeten your February with a little donut fun?

 

Regular Registration is $35 through February 16. Day of Registration is $40, but those who bring a school supply donation will receive $5 off.

 

Get all the details and register here .

 

 

  
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