Save the Date ..... March 31, 2011, because that’s the day MY RUN (HERE) Sprints to 500 Movie Theaters Nationwide for ONE NIGHT ONLY Premiere Event! About a real life super hero Terry Hitchcock, who ran 75 consecutive marathons in 75 consecutive days to bring awareness to the struggles faced by single parent families and their children.
MY RUN has partnered with Lance Armstrong's LIVESTRONG with a portion of proceeds from the MY RUN screening that night going to benefit the LIVESTRONG FOUNDATION.
We’re all running a marathon one way or another in life. Whether it is staying afloat as a single working parent, battling a disease or trying to conquer life's obstacles, it all involves a fight. Join us for an unforgettable inspirational story about Terry Hitchcock who ran 75 consecutive marathons in 75 consecutive days. The 10 time award-winning and critically acclaimed documentary MY RUN narrated by Academy Award winner Billy Bob Thornton is coming to 500 movie theaters nationwide for an exclusive one night premiere event on Thursday, March 31st at 7:00pm (Local Time). Immediately following the film on screen, audiences will take a deeper look into the story through a 15 minute interview with star Terry Hitchcock and his son, support team member Chris Hitchcock.
Need some motivation as winter drags on?!?!
Getting ready to gear up for racing season?!?!
Need some incentive to sign up for that next full marathon?!?!
Dreading your next 20 mile training run?!?!?!
Get all of the updates on this fabulous documentary on Facebook (HERE). Get YOUR ticket TODAY and see what’s possible when physical endurance and the will of the human spirit unite in the award-winning documentary MY RUN. Tickets are Available (HERE).
If you are local, there are 22 showings in Wisconsin and two of them are in Madison. If you are interested in attending, please purchase your ticket and drop me a line (running diva mom at charter dot net). Hope to see you there!
“THIS INSPIRING DOCUMENTARY SHOWS US HOW POWERFUL THE HUMAN SPIRIT IS AND HOW AFTER IMMENSE STRUGGLE COMES AN EVEN GREATER ELATION.”
Deena Kastor-- Olympic Medalist and American Record Holder