John Hancock Hosts The Cooking Light & Health Fit Foodie Race Weekend. Events running from Fri. September 16th – Sun. September 18th at Cota

Published on 29 August 2016 in Events
Matt Selby (editor)

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Ready, set, GO! – The most delicious race EVER lands in Tampa, FL September 16-18, 2016 with a huge lineup including three-days of events that get your mouth-watering and your heart pumping. Calories Burned = Calories Earned, right?! 
 
Hit the ground running (or walking) on Saturday, September 17, 2016 at the scenic 5K or 15K race in Cotanchobee Park. After burning those calories, step into the NEW John Hancock Vitality Village and be welcomed with back-to-back cooking demonstrations by Celebrity Chefs and editors of Cooking Light, fitness demonstrations on the John Hancock Vitality Fitness Stage by fitness pros and editors of Health, opportunities to meet elite athletes, and more! 
 
Still hungry? Kick off the weekend on Friday, September 16, 2016 with a pre-race kickoff party with artisan cocktails (just go easy, you want to be race-day-ready), and a post-race Sweat Session on Sunday, September 18, 2016. Log notes and be ready to tell co-workers and friends when asked… “So, what did you do this weekend?” 


Visit http://www.fitfoodierun.com/tampa-florida.html for more information on the Fit Foodie weekend, and ticket packages.
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