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KUAM, AK Toyota hosting 4th Trick or Treat 2K/5K

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The Stations of KUAM and AK Toyota are proud to once again host the 4th Annual Trick or Treat 2K and 5K to benefit the Special Olympics Guam on Saturday, October 26th at the AK Megalot in Tamuning.  This annual event brings the community together to support this very special organization in all of their efforts and is one of Guam's most unique fitness events as attendees are encouraged to walk and run in creative (walk/run friendly) Halloween costumes.  Following the race, patrons can look forward to a costume contest, a raffle with a variety of great prizes, games and other special treats. 

The first 500 5k finishers and first 250 2k finishers receive a reusable trick or treat bag.  The first 100 finishers 10 and under receive a special Halloween medal.  As well, certificates will be given to the top finishers in each division. 

Registration is available at Hornet Sports, AK or the KUAM Studios.  Early registration is $6.00 per person or $20.00 for a family of four.  Race day registration is $10.00 per person.  All proceeds benefit the Special Olympics Guam. 

For more information please email promotions@kuam.com or call Betty Ann Guerrero at 635-5836.

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