SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwired - Oct 17, 2016) - The Dirty Dash®, owned by Sack Lunch Productions Inc. (OTC PINK: SAKL), proved once again that running does not have to be "torture," when 23,000 mud splattered participants made their way through this wild racecourse. As promised, 2016 brought even more mud and a new obstacle.
"The mud is the best part," said The Dirty Dash® co-founder John Malfatto. "Working out suddenly becomes fun when you can splash through mud pits and tackle filthy obstacles." After another successful season, event organizers are already looking forward to the coming year. The 2017 event schedule already includes Utah, Idaho, Oregon and Washington.
"This is an exciting time!" said The Dirty Dash® spokeswoman Amy Gessel. "The Web Crawler, our new obstacle, was a hit this season and we are already working on new concepts to make the event even more memorable next year."
On the Web Crawler, participants scaled a cargo net as mud splashed them from the pit below. While other obstacle runs invite only the most athletic individuals to tackle their daunting obstacles, The Dirty Dash® welcomes everyone, from the marathoner to the couch potato, to enjoy the filthy course at their own pace. Event organizers expect even more adventure seekers to join the fun next year. See for yourself how fun this mud-run is at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QX6WcnhLmFw.
2017 registration information will be available in the upcoming months. To learn more about The Dirty Dash® visit www.thedirtydash.com, or see what fans have to say on The Dirty Dash® Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheDirtyDash.
About The Dirty Dash®:
Since 2010, filthy participants have sloshed through this fun run across the country. At The Dirty Dash Productions, Inc., owned by Sack Lunch Productions Inc. (OTC PINK: SAKL), participants climb over obstacles and wade through mud pits at this family-friendly event designed for participants of all ages and abilities.
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