Winner of the Garmin Marathon FREE Entry & Still Searching for the Flying Pig Winner!

Merry Christmas, all!!  I just finished recording all the entries into the Garmin Marathon Giveaway.  I’m thrilled with the response, we had 359 entries for a small town race in Kansas.  So who wants to go run the Land of Oz?  I know, I do!!  But I’m already registered.  Smile

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Our winner was #86.  Judy Fishbaugh! 

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Judy, please email me at Amanda @ TooTallFritz.com.  I will need to verify that you are a follower of the Garmin Marathon on Twitter, so please send me your Twitter handle first!  Then we’ll get you set up with a free entry!

For the rest of us, we can register for the Oz Run, HERE.  I hope to see you in Kansas on April 16, 2016!!  If you are making the trip, definitely let me know.  I’d love to meet you!!

****Side Note – This is the LAST CALL for AshleyRStumpp who was the random winner of the Flying Pig Marathon Giveaway.  I haven’t heard from Ashley & I even sent her an email.  If you know her, have her contact me ASAP.  Otherwise, I’ll be drawing a new winner for Flying Pig. 

I hope all of you have an amazing Christmas.  Have fun, be safe & enjoy the crazy family time.

** Merry Christmas ** Amanda – TooTallFritz

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3 thoughts on “Winner of the Garmin Marathon FREE Entry & Still Searching for the Flying Pig Winner!

  1. So funny to see my local race called a “Small town race.” Living in a suburb of Kansas City, I’ve never thought of us a small town! 🙂 Glad you got so many entries. Great race. But it needs a lot of marketing help!!

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