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Dirty Girl Mud Run Announces 2014 Event Schedule

Largest Women-Only Mud Run Series Returns to 25 Cities

MILWAUKEE, March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dirty Girl Mud Run, the largest women-only 5K mud and obstacle run series, brings good unclean fun to 25 U.S. cities in 2014.

The untimed obstacle course welcomes women of all athletic abilities to challenge themselves in an empowering environment surrounded by women who share a similar passion and excitement for the occasion. Dirty Girls are encouraged to make a friend, make a memory, and make a mess.

2014 Event Schedule

Sacramento, Calif.

March 22


April 12

Virginia Beach, Va.

April 26

Scranton, Pa.

May 3 - 4


May 17

Greensboro, N.C.

May 31

Tri State Area

June 7

Western PA

June 14


June 28

Eastern PA

July 12

New England

July 19

Charleston, W. Va.

July 26

Twin Cities, Minn.

August 2


August 9


August 16 - 17


August 23

Buffalo, N.Y.

September 6

Lincoln, Neb.

September 13

Front Range, Colo.

September 20

San Antonio

September 27

Northeast Texas

October 4


October 11

Oakland, Calif.

October 25

Greater LA, Calif.

November 1


November 15

Bright Pink is returning as the organization's primary beneficiary. Dirty Girl and Bright Pink share the goal to empower women to lead healthy lifestyles and as the only national non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancers in young women, Bright Pink continues to encourage young women to be proactive with their health. Dirty Girl donated $250,000 to Bright Pink in 2013 and will donate at least $100,000 in 2014. At each 2014 event, 300 free registrations are reserved for cancer survivors.

Paul Mitchell is returning as a national sponsor of the Dirty Girl Mud Run. Paul Mitchell stylists are on-site at each event providing styling, brush-outs, hair braiding and festive pink stripes as a reminder to everyone to Look Pretty and Play Dirty.

Sparkling Fruit2O is a new national sponsor to the 2014 roster of events. Sparkling Fruit2O, a calorie-free, naturally flavored carbonated beverage with subtle fruit flavors, will debut its new sparkling flavors at each Dirty Girl event alongside a selfie station with the tagline, 'nothing sparkles like a dirty girl.'

Women ages 14 and up can participate in Dirty Girl events. Entry fees start at $65 and registrations can be taken on-site.

About Dirty Girl Mud Run

Dirty Girl Mud Run is the largest women-only 5K mud and obstacle run series. Dirty Girl has inspired tens of thousands of women across the country to break out of their comfort zones by completing this empowering event. At Dirty Girl, it's not about who finishes first. All obstacles are optional and all fitness levels are invited to participate. Dirty Girl proudly supports Bright Pink, the only national non-profit focusing on the risk reduction and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women. For more information, visit Dirty Girl online at

Becca Bijoch
[email protected]

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