Color Me Rad

Running and Fun Runs
One Reliant Park, Houston, TX 77054 One Reliant Park, Houston Directions
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When you need a last-minute activity for the whole family, Houston's Color Me Rad has you covered. This weekend, don't do the same old thing. Head to this place!

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Report | 4 years ago
They added extra things you had to do and didn't make it clear the groupon expired and they tried to charge me the difference to run the race.
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Report | 4 years ago
This was the best experience that message and I had together. thanks to you and Groupon on this great deal. we were able to join the 5 K run to have a lot of fun. we plan to join more in the future
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Report | 4 years ago
Would recommend the paint points to have people using sprayers instead of throwing the paint. Also, need people distributing the paint packets at the end of the run instead of requesting each runner to pick up a paint packet. A lot of packets were taken by just 1 runner so other runners were unable to get any packets to throw at the end.
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If the Color Fun Fest were televised, it might have viewers wondering if someone had messed with their TVs' color settings. That's because, at one-kilometer intervals across the race course, staffers shower runners with neon powders, transforming them into a kind of collective stampeding rainbow. But participants won't find a pot of gold at the end of this rainbow—or, for that matter, a podium; the 5K run is noncompetitive and doesn't track times. Instead, they'll step into a lively party where colors fly through the air and stopwatches are smashed like piñatas. The celebration draws inspiration from Holi, a festival of colors primarily celebrated in India and Nepal; in the communal spirit of that festival, each of Color Fun Fest's races supports a different charity.

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