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Gleason Gras 2015 Festival and Run - Oct. 3 at 9 a.m.

Geason Gras 2015 Festival and Run

Get ready for one of the coolest races and after parties in NOLA. Benefitting a really great foundation and helping one of our local heroes, Steve Gleason!

When: Saturday, October 3rd

Race – 9 am – 11 am (presented by Presented by Postlethwaite & Netterville)

Festival – 11 am – 7 pm

Race: 3.7 miles around beautiful Bayou St. John & City Park
Includes FREE entry to Gleason Gras + Team Gleason Classic tri-blend shirt
Start/Finish Team Gleason House 3525 Bienville Street
(next to St. Margaret’s)

Festival: Live Music, Food and Fun for the whole family!
General Admission – $5; $10 at the gate
VIP – $250; $300 at gate
VIP kids – $100

Why: The purpose of Gleason Gras Run and Festival, hosted by What You Give Will Grow, is to raise awareness for ALS and to support Steve Gleason’s participation in advanced and experimental technology, equipment, and treatments.

For tickets: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/gleason-gras-2015-run-festival-registration-17945212614

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