Saturday, March 5, 2011

And the Winner of the Free Tickets Is...

Congrats to Lesley Jones, the winner of the free pair of tickets to the running documentary MY RUN. Thanks to the movie's producer and director Tim VandeSteeg for providing such an great prize and for creating such an awesome movie sharing with the world the story of Terry Hitchcock.

The Terry Hitchcock Story

MY RUN will be shown in theaters across the country on Thursday, March 31 for a one-night premiere event. Presented in association with the online community, Lance Armstrong’s Foundation LIVESTRONG and Life Time Fitness, audiences will be able to embrace the global mission and message of the film, “Be Somebody’s Hero.” A portion of proceeds from the MY RUN Premiere event will benefit the Livestrong Foundation. A list of participating theaters and ticketing information can be found at .

Hitchcock’s uplifting underdog story has been garnering steam and is being embraced by all walks of life - families, baby boomers, single parents, cancer organizations as well as runners and marathoners. MY RUN is more than a documentary about a guy running multiple marathons; it’s a documentary about the daily marathons we all run in life.

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For more information about the documentary MY RUN, please visit To search to see if the movie is being shown in your area and to purchase tickets [click here].



Evolving Through Running said...

Looks like a pretty remarkable story. Have to try and catch it in Raleigh. Thanks for spreading awareness of this film. Great message for all.

Joan said...

I teared up just watching the trailer. I hope I am able to see it.

Carolina John said...

That looks really good!