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Title:
Cahoots Phoenix: Prison Break Edition
When:
04.20.2013 07.00PM - 10.00PM
Where:
Arizona Cycle Park - Buckeye
Category:
Health & Wellness Events

Description

Prison Break! Teams of two compete to finish 20-obstacle race challenge

\TheCahoots Duo Challenge comes to Phoenix on Saturday, April 20 at the Arizona Cycle Park in Buckeye, AZ with the first ever ‘Prison Break Edition’ where teams of two will be challenged to break out of prison… in the dark! The Cahoots Duo Challenge is a race series where teams of two combine wits, strength, strategy and stamina to negotiate a barrage of nearly two dozen unique obstacles and challenges. All Cahoots courses have been inspired by prison breaks made famous by film and real life events, specifically and creatively designed to prove the resolve and test the limits of even the toughest of twosomes. Teams will carry, push, pull and roll one another over and through a variety of perils and hazards including the ‘Siamese Trapeze’, building precarious bridges, and scaling 10' walls. Teams will have to rely on each other, trust each other, and work together to complete the course.

Entry fees are currently $140 per duo, and will increase beginning on April 14. A portion of event proceeds will benefit the 100 Club of Arizona, a statewide nonprofit that provides financial assistance to families of injured and fallen law enforcement, corrections and probation officers, and firefighters.

WHAT:                      Cahoots Phoenix: Prison Break Edition

WHEN:                      Saturday, April 20, 2013
7:00 p.m. - Midnight

WHERE:                   Arizona Cycle Park, Buckeye, AZ

COST:                        $140 per duo team

WEB SITE:               www.runcahoots.com/events

 

About the 100 Club of Arizona
The 100 Club of Arizona is a nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to public safety officers and firefighters when they are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty, and provides resources to enhance their safety and welfare. It was started in 1965, became a 501(c)(3) in 1968, and has given more than $6.9 million in financial support to Arizona’s men and women who stand behind the badge. For more information, log on to www.100club.org or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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