2008 Bourbon City Challenge

Posted by Spalding Hurst

April 8, 2008

The 2008 Bourbon City Challenge planning stages are under way and the director of the event, Bob White has the following news about the big event set for September 14th, 2008.

From Bob White

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Despite the rain and mud, you folks came through in a great show of sportsmanship, with smiles shining through the grit, to give this event a name for itself in the inaugural year. Thank you for making it great!

We are in the planning stages for this year’s event – looking for sponsors, volunteers to help with the trail preparation and guidance help on race day. Of course more racers are welcome, so talk your friends into joining you this year.

If you, or if you know of someone who, would like to have an active role in this year’s event, please contact me via email so we can get to work to make this year’s race even better than 2007. We’re looking for friendly folks who enjoy working in the outdoors with a bunch of cool people in making, not only the race better, but also Sympson Lake shores a bit nicer.

Also, we have yet to secure a title sponsor. Bulleit Bourbon last year really helped out and we hope they again pledge their support. The title sponsor received more than a million, total, mentions through television, radio and print promotions regarding the race, so it’s well worth supporting.

Thanks again for making this race so great!

For more information visit www.kyrace.com

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