What You'll Get
$40 for registration for one to the 5K and ooblek challenge ($85.19 total value)
- Registration in the Food Fight 5K, including t-shirt, googles, swag, and fees ($75.19 value)
- One entry in the ooblek walk challenge ($10 value)<p>
The Food Fight 5K takes place on [TK DATE] starting at [TK LOCATION].
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 1, 2019. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must sign waiver. No actual food products are used; stations dispense mixture of corn starch, water, and nontoxic colors. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Food Fight 5K
In a battle against both other runners and hunger itself, contestants in the Food Fight 5K don goggles and running shoes to sprint through a 5K course while dodging volleys of food—all to benefit local charity. At four food-themed stations along the way, volunteers deluge runners with different foods, including spaghetti, mashed potatoes, chocolate, and flour. To avoid waste, the "food" at each station is actually a mix of corn starch, water, and non-toxic coloring—aside from the spaghetti station, which uses expired pasta that is nevertheless safe and non-toxic. After the race, runners head through a human car wash to clean up before attending an after-party with drinks, live music, foam cannons, confetti, and food (for eating this time). Many events also include the ooblek challenge, in which challengers attempt to walk across a non-Newtonian substance that's at once a solid and a liquid, unlike Isaac Newton's body—an all-gaseous omniscient cloud.