Forest Cove Apartments Sponsored Rump Run

Friday, March 21, 2014

Forest Cove Apartments, Chattanooga’s newest "luxury resort apartment community" with 120-units now pre-leasing, was a sponsor of the Chattanooga Colon Cancer 5K Rump Run at Enterprise South Nature Park.  

Forest Cove provided the Rump Runners with water bottles, sunglasses, beads and other free gifts at its St. Patrick's Day-themed table.

Funds raised supported the Greater Chattanooga Colon Cancer Foundation's efforts.  The event included the 5K and an award ceremony with survivor recognitions.

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