Speeding, creeping and crawling their way across the hills of Milky Way Farm, participants in the Warrior Dash will again descend on Pulaski, Tennessee Saturday, October 4, 2014. Last year, an estimated 8000 people participated in Warrior Dash festivities, including music, mud obstacles and competitive racing.
New this year: The “Milky Way Farm Mud Mall” Arts and Craft Festival, hosted by the Giles County Chamber of Tourism and Commerce on the grounds of the manor. Spectators, shoppers and vendors are welcome to find loads of goodies while being a part of possibly the muddiest spectacle this side of the Mississippi.
Warrior Dash is sponsored by Red Frog Events, which unleashed the first Warrior Dash in 2009 and has been a forerunner of the event production industry ever since. Since the first Warrior Dash, held in Joliet, Illinois, over a million Warriors have “stormed The Battleground” to raise $7.5 million and counting for St. Jude Children’s Hospital. More than 150 Warrior Dashes have taken place on the most rugged terrain across six countries and four continents.
The historic Milky Way Manor will be open for tours during the day. Milky Way Farm is located at 520 Milky Way Road in Pulaski, Tennessee. Contact the Giles County Chamber at 931-424-4044 for more information or visit www.gilescountychamber.com.
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