Walk Like MADD & MADD Dash 5k


Jun 8, 2013
08:30 AM until 12:00 PM


WALK like MADD®/MADD Dash® is MADD's signature fundraising event. In 2013, in almost 44 cities around the nation, thousands of people will participate in 5K walks and runs to celebrate creating a brighter future without drunk driving and underage drinking.

Walk Like MADD is in its 7th year as an event in the Twin Cities. Due to the overwhelming requests of a 5k race, they will now offer the MADD Dash, MADD MN's first timed & USATD certifed 5k race in conjunction with the walk. You are able to register as a walker or runner; both include a 2013 Walk Like MADD T-shirt and freebies!   

To register, visit walklikemadd.org/twincities 

*Race-day registration available


Walkers: $20 adults, $15 youth or canine; all runners $25.


View map Phalen Park
1600 Phalen Drive
St. Paul , MN

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