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Virtual Run Contest! 9th Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) 5K Walk/Run

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  Jun 02 2019 . Carson Beach, Boston, MA, USA

Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) 9th Annual 5K Virtual Run Contest!

Want to help us help pugs? And win prizes? LOOK NO FURTHER! In conjunction with our actual in-person 5K on June 2nd in Boston, we're holding a "Virtual Run Contest" right here on Crowdrise! You don't even have to leave the couch - though we encourage you to get outside with your pug and walk if you can - and if you're local - COME to our 5K!

HOW TO PARTICIPATE

DIRECT DONATION! Simply click the DONATE tab above. Ta da!

DONATE TO A TEAM! Scroll down to find the Leaderboard - check out our Teams by clicking and reading their stories. Pick one to support and click DONATE on their Team Page!

JOIN THE FUN AND CREATE A TEAM! Anytime you click the JOIN button, you'll be creating YOUR VERY OWN TEAM! (button above and on each Team Page)....maybe in honor of a special person or pug in you life? Crowdrise makes the rest easy - then share with family & friends!

THE PRIZES!!! 

FIRST PLACE TEAM get THEIR PUG'S FACE on the 2019 5K tee. WAIT, WHAT? HOW COOL IS THAT?! 

TEAMS WHO RAISE OVER $250 get their PUG'S NAME on the RACE TEE!

FIRST PLACE TEAM will be chosen May 15th (our deadline for shirt design) but the Virtual Run Contest continues until the date of the PRONE 5K,  June 2nd. 

TEAMS WHO RAISE $50 OR MORE GET OFFICIAL PRONE BRACELETS TO GIVE TO FRIENDS!  

Don't be left in the dust - be sure to share your team with friends on social media! Proceeds go to our Vetting Fund.


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Our Mission Is Simple 

We find homes for abandoned and surrendered pugs in the six New England states. Our pugs are up-to-date on shots and spayed or neutered prior to being placed in a forever home. PRoNE is supported by adoption fees, donations, and funds raised through our special events like the Annual Pug Social and the PRoNE 5K. To find out more about PRONE, please visit www.pugrescueofnewengland.org

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