Hooters Hosts July 4th 5K In Chattanooga Benefitting Wounded Warriors

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Hooters of Chattanooga, 5912 Brainerd Road, is hosting a 5K race on the 4th of July with all proceeds benefitting the Wounded Warriors Project.
 
The race kicks off at 10 a.m. so runners are asked to arrive starting at 9 a.m., which will start at Hooters and go down around Camp Jordan before looping back. The standard registration is $35, but with the code SQUAD UP, participants can get $10 off.
 
There are three ways participations can "Carry Forward" while running or walking:

•  Flag - carry a flag to show patriotism. Small flags will be provided to all participants, but participants can bring their own flag;
•  Fitness - carry a weight to represent the responsibility veterans carry; or 
•  Fierce - carry another person to symbolize one warrior carrying another 
 
You can also host your own virtual race:
•  Each participant will have a fundraising page that ties back to their event;
•  Receive editable marketing materials - posters, handouts, social media banners, gifs and more; 
•  Have access to Wounded Warrior Projects’ Carry Forward logo; and
•  Get with a runners kit that contains the 2020 medal, runners bib, flag, eye blacks, drawstring bag, a supporter wristband and more 
 
To sign up for the virtual 5K component or simply donate as part of Hooters cause, visit: https://carryforward.woundedwarriorproject.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.team&teamID=7747.


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