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Humana Rock 'n' Roll Chicago Half Marathon - Remix Challenge and Discount Codes


http://www.runrocknroll.com/save15/

Alright runners - the Humana Rock 'n' Roll Chicago Half Marathon is back in Chicago on July 19th. And, in fact, this year it's basically a running festival from Friday through Sunday (July 17th-19th), with the expo on Friday and Saturday, a 5K on Saturday and a 10K and half on Sunday.

And this year if you run the 5K on Saturday and then either the 10K or half on Sunday you get a special "Remix Challenge" medal. Because these kinds of "challenge" gimmicks always work on me, I'm now registered for both the 5K and the half.

I'm not saying you have to do both... but...

If you're ready to register today, it's $20 off because of the Blackhawks' win last night:
Discount code: CHIWINS
Valid: 6/11

And if you're waiting to register and want to save $15 on the half, here's some info that might be helpful:
Discount code: SAVE15
Valid: Between 6/13-6/15

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