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This is a virtual event with a twist. As most of you know the Leftover 4 miler enables you to "collect" a bunch of different shirts, medals, and awards that are "modified" from previous events.
If you're local (you decide if you are) and you're able and willing to come to Running Wild in Pensacola to pick up your "stuff" we will be hosting packet pickup Friday May 15 from 2pm to 6pm and Saturday May 16 from 12pm to 4pm. If you are not local or you do not want to come to packet pickup we will mail your stuff. You don't need to tell us that you're not coming we will figure it out.
On Saturday May 16 from 7am-9am we will be hosting the virtual race using Facebook Live on the Run Pensacola Facebook page. Please join us before, during, or after you run and enter your finish time in the comments section. Our amazing race announcer, Josh, will be announcing your names and times during the live broadcast. We would love it if you're able to share pictures as well. You don't need to get your packets prior to Saturday morning, you can pick them up on Saturday from 12pm-4pm.
Everyone will get at least 2+ shirts from different races with the now famous "Leftover" stamp across the front, as many previous race medals as your neck will hold and an award (pint glass) for each fist! For those who are not able to come to packet pickup we will not be able to mail the pint glasses.
We look forward to seeing you at packet pickup or on Facebook Live Saturday.
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