The Cape Relay 2011 – Newsletter


13 Relay is bringing New England the 2nd annual Cape Relay. This overnight running adventure will take 6 and 12 person teams on a 200 mile journey through some of Massachusetts beautiful and history laden towns until your team finishes in Provincetown at the tip of the Cape! 13 Relay is excited to bring to you this 2nd edition of the Cape Relay, and hope that you and 11 of your closest friends will join us for the most fun you’ll have in a van!

The 2011 Cape Relay: Boston-Ptown

Registration is in full swing for the 2011 Cape Relay! This email is just a reminder that there is only 4 more weeks for returning and new teams to collect on some big discounts for the 2011 event!

We’ve been busy since the 2010 event meeting with some great runners who have stepped up and assisted with the design of the nearly brand new 2011 Cape Relay course.

We have discounts for anyone who raced the Cape Relay in 2010. If you were a captain for a team in the 2010 Cape Relay and are going to Captain a team in the 2011 edition, email us for your $200.00 discount code
good until Sept 15th!

2010 runners and new teams, we haven’t forgotten you either! If you were a runner on a 2010 Cape Relay team and are captaining a team this year, email us for your discount too!

Don’t wait, these discounts are only good until September 15th! This is the time to get in and save some significant entry fees!

Email us for your code before the cost goes up!

Visit the Cape Relay website


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