BENEFITING: THE MACCANOW FOUNDATION
EVENT DATE: Jul 05, 2012
Wanted to race in the inaugural Ironman in NYC? But missed the 20 minute window before it sold out? You still have a chance to race in this amazing event! The MaccaNow Foundation has three (3) slots to the 2012 Ironman U.S. Championship on August 11, 2012 in New York City and one could be yours!!
The first three (3) people who raise $5,000 or more to support the MaccaNow Foundation will win a race entry to the first-ever NYC Ironman. (Click Here for the Official Rules).
In addition to the opportunity to race this inaugural event in NYC, the lucky winners will also receive a variety of Macca’s gear/swag, goodies, and other unique surprises from the two-time Ironman World Champion.….perhaps a personal strategy session on how to attack the 2.4-mile swim in the Hudson River, 112-mile bike course spanning the cliffs of Palisades Parkway, and the 26.2-mile run over the George Washington Bridge finishing at 83rd Street in the heart of Manhattan…..
Here's How to Get Started:
1. Click on the JOIN THE TEAM button and follow the quick directions and you'll have your own personal fundraising page
2. Edit your page to make it compelling - add text and a some great photos.
3. Click ASK FOR DONATIONS and message all your friends and family to ask for donations.
4. Be the first to raise $5,000 and win a slot in the first-ever NYC Ironman!
Chris McCormack set up The MaccaNow Foundation to commemorate his mother who passed away from breast cancer in 1999. Our initial intention is to raise $2,735,373 to provide assistance to families who are in active treatment for breast cancer in order to lessen the financial burdens and improve their quality of life. This initial goal is based on Chris' mother having been alive for 19,455 days which multiplied it by 140.6 (# of miles in an Ironman) = 2,735,373.
Donate today, Join the Team, or Start Your Fundraiser and compete for a coveted slot in the NYC Ironman!!
Click Here to learn more about MaccaNow.
Click Here to learn more about Chris McCormack.
Click Here to learn more about the 2012 Ironman NYC.