17th Annual BrainStorm Walk/Run

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Benefiting EPILEPSY FOUNDATION SOUTHEAST WI

17th Annual

3K Walk/5K Run for Epilepsy & Seizure Awareness

 

**TEAM CAPTAINS - To receive the Team Registration Fee (Teams with more than 4 members) Please use code from last year, if you don't remember it, please contact the office for the code **

PLEASE let your team members know your team name so that they can join your team DURING the registration process, they will be asked if you would like to join a TEAM. They are NOT able to join your team from the Teams Page unless YOU the Team Leader post a link to the registration page.

In order to allow for early pickup of T-Shirts ALL online registration will end June 18th! On June 19th you will NO longer be able to register. PLEASE have your teams COMPLETED by June 18th as we will NOT be able to add or make changes to your shirt order. Anyone registering for your team after June 18th will NOT have your Team Name on the back of their shirt. You WILL still be able to receive donations on your fundraising pages.

Thanks in advance for your cooperation!

 

This year's Walk/Run will be held on June 25, 2017 at Veteran's Park!

Day of registration starts at 7 a.m. & the Walk/Run starts at 9 a.m.

We encourage you to create your own web page, use a favorite photo of yourself or the person you are fundraising for and email it to friends, who, in turn, can email it to their friends! Be creative and make your web page as much fun as possible! We will have A Fun Run for Kids which will be held after the Awards Ceremony has been completed. The 2017 Brainstorm 3K Walk/5K Run for Epilepsy and Seizure Awareness is a family oriented event and fun for everyone, including the youngest members of your family! We're looking forward to seeing you at the starting line on June 25th (rain...like we had last year :( or shine) We would like to thank EVERYONE for their continuous support throughout the years on this day!!

Thank you for your support!

We appreciate your walking and running the extra mile for epilepsy!