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Black Girls RUN! 2nd Annual Conference and Race Weekend
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Date: September 6 - 8, 2013

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The Westin Hotel
601 South College St.
Charlotte, NC 28202

Contact: Nikki Barjon
Phone: 404-514-9992
Email: nikki@thebarjongroup.com

Get ready to sweat with your sole! Black Girls RUN! hosts its 2013 Black Girls RUN! Sweat With Your Sole Conference and 5K & 10K race weekend in Charlotte, N.C. The jam ¬packed weekend will kick off with a two¬ day conference starting on Friday, September 6. The conference will include interactive workshops, dynamic speakers, and a vast amount of knowledge¬ sharing on running, health, and nutrition. Other events scheduled during the weekend include:

Friday, Sept. 6
Conference, Mixer and Expo

September, Sept. 7
Conference, Dinner and Expo

Sunday, Sept. 8
5K and 10K race

For all “Sweat With Your Sole” conference and race updates, visit www.blackgirlsrun.com.
You can also follow Black Girls RUN! on Twitter at @BlackGirlsRUN, and Instagram @officialblackgirlsrun, or use the hashtag #SWYS13. For information regarding sponsorship opportunities email: events@blackgirlsrun.com.




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