NEW YORK — This Sunday, July 27th, Titan Tea will be hosting City WOD (“Workout of the Day,”) an urban photo scavenger hitting the streets of downtown Manhattan, where 100% of proceeds will benefit the Fresh Air Fund.
Teams of four in either a 5k or 10k division will be conquering New York as they solve riddles to find various landmarks in hopes of hitting the finish line first. Each team is required to capture a photo and upload via social media as evidence, with creativity points being awarded to those with the most unique photos, giving teams who have fallen behind a chance to win the race! Therefore, crowned champions not only have to be fast, they must be creative too.
Sponsors include Asics Meatpacking District Store, who will be giving away a free pair of sneakers to each member of the winning team, and ClassPass who will be raffling a 1-month membership. Drinks and awards will be presented at a location to be solved for in the riddle!
Those interested can register solo, in a duo, or as a team of four at http://bit.ly/CityWODNYC.
To learn more about City WOD, please visit http://www.CityWOD.com. New Yorkers – Do you #KnowYourHood?
WHO: Titan Tea, the first functional tea created for the active person
WHAT: CITY WOD ( “Workout of the Day,”) an Urban Photo Scavenger Hunt
REGISTRATION: July 27, 2014 from 1pm—1:30pm / Asics Meatpacking Store
RACE BEGINS: 2 pm
START: ASIC’s Meatpacking District Store, 420 W. 14th St.
FINISH: Drinks & Awards at a location to be solved!
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About Titan Tea
Titan Tea, founded by former professional lacrosse player John Gagliardi, is made for the active person in everyone. Infused with electrolytes for hydration, plus ribose and caffeine for sustained energy, Titan Tea is the first functional tea on the market. The company’s mission is to ensure its practices are as pure as its product and does that by sourcing its organic, non-GMO ingredients ethically, and supporting initiatives to help the local community. Titan Tea is a partner of Fair Trade USA and works closely with the Fresh Air Fund – a local independent not-for profit organization in NYC, to give children from low-income households in its community the opportunity to enjoy and experience summer camp in rural upstate New York.