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August 27, 2013

Night Terrors- 5K Themed Race

NORTH CONWAY — Cranmore Mountain Resort, Death Becomes You Productions (creators of the Ghoullog), and Tri Tek events are pleased to announce Night Terrors "You Can Run But You Can't Hide" 5k themed race on Sat., September 21 at 7:30 p.m.

The two loop, 3.1 mile course will take racers and walkers on a haunted run through and around the surrounding streets of Cranmore Mountain and will include multiple haunts featuring some of the Ghoullog's favorite characters and scares. Racers will be given a glow stick and a Jogalite “Froglite” LED light, and are encouraged to come in costume.

"We push the envelope each year with the Ghoullog, and are excited to add this new event to kick off the Halloween season,” says Jim Chichwak of Death Becomes You Productions. “Expect the unexpected as this will be unlike any 5k you've ever run before," he continues.

Racers will leave the base area in waves of 50 and chip timing will be used. Packet pickup will take place in the Artist Falls Lodge (home of Cranmore Fitness) from 5:00-7:00 p.m., the day of the race. Registration is $45.00 through the end of August and will increase to $50.00 in September. Based on availability, there will be day of race registration for $60.00 per racer. Participants can find registration information at cranmore.com. The race is open to individuals 10 years of age and older.

Prizes will be awarded to the top male and female ages 10-12 and 13+ and for best individual and group costume. All competitors will receive a Tek race t-shirt, finisher award and discount to the Ghoullog event, scheduled to begin on September 27 and continue on weekends through November 2.

For more information on the race, visit Cranmore.com or www.nightterrors5k.com.

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