MAINE, March 2020 – Thomas College is set to host its annual Dirty Dog Mud Run
on April 19 in Waterville. This family friend mud run is a 5K, 15-obstacle
course challenge through the College and surrounding land, including our
Sukeforth Family Trail System, to benefit Thomas College students through the
department of recreation.
Our main sponsor of the Mud Run is Central Maine Motors/Central Maine Chevy.
“Central Maine Motors has been a proud sponsor of Thomas College’s Dirty Dog Mud Run from the start. We take pride in supporting our community. This event brings people together to have fun and we love being a part of it,” said Linanne Guance of Central Maine Motors.
The kids’ race, which takes place at noon on the day of the race, is again sponsored by New Balance.
“The Dirty Dog Run and Mud Pup Run tie-in closely with our focus on promoting healthy physical activity, nutrition, and healthier lifestyle choices for children, teens, and their families. A little bit of mud just adds to the fun!” says New Balance’s Kate Bartley.
The event is open to all community members in a family-friendly atmosphere with 5K of mud, tire flips, wall climbing, cargo net climbing and pounds of mud. Create teams with friends or make it a personal challenge. Registration is available online at thomas.edu/mudrun.
About Thomas College: Thomas College has been preparing students for
success in their personal and professional lives for over 125 years. Thomas College nurtures the unique
potential within each student. Our Guaranteed Job Program, 3-year
accelerated offerings in all undergraduate degrees (masters in the fourth
year), individualized advising, career counseling, and
our Innovation Centers in Business and Education meet a student’s
determination to succeed with the direction, confidence, and tools to realize
the highest version of themselves. From the classroom to community activities, or on
the athletics field with our 18 varsity sports, Thomas College provides a
personalized experience that prepares you for the workplace of tomorrow. Data
reported by the New York Times ranks Thomas in the top 13 percent of all higher
education institutions in the U.S. for upward mobility of its graduates, and
U.S. News & World Report ranks us #8 among colleges in the Northeast. For
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