EBH Racing 2013 Season – Run for the Hungry Recap

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Hey race fans. We are very happy with the success the Everybody’s Hungry Racing Team has been having and want to share with you a race recap.

United Run for the Hungry 10k Thanksgiving Run – November 28th, 2013: San Diego, CA

Members of the EBH Racing Team kicked off a new tradition in 2013 while visiting family for Thanksgiving and participated in the Run for the Hungry held in San Diego, CA. Like many races across the country that day, it raised up the spirit of the holiday and the awareness for those not as fortunate on the day of thanks. Proceeds benefitted the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank, and Foodmobile, a program of Jewish Family Service.*

The road course was a double figure 8 of sorts, taking runners through downtown and the Gaslamp district. Two passes down Park Blvd. and around the outside of Petco Park provided some quick glimpses of the Coronado Channel before turning back into the city.

The best part about the route circling through the city was the number of people and bands who came out to support the runners. With different styles of music filling the air, cheering from the sidewalks and thoughts of turkey with the fixins, it was impossible to not be engaged in the race.

Jason Hendrick 42:57.9
Bree Hendrick 49:35.9

*Annually, the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank distributes food for more than 10 million meals. Foodmobile delivers more than 28,000 hot meals to the elderly and homebound. This type of need is seen all over the country. Consider donating and making a difference in the lives of a stranger. Our partner, FOOD Share, along with J&C SD Food Bank and Jewish Family Service are below. You can also click the Feeding America logo to find a food bank near you.

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