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Sign up for WOW Fest by Sept. 1 & you get limited edition tech shirt

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To The Daily Sun,

WOW Fest '13 is coming up quickly on Saturday, September 14th, bringing a fun and exciting event to our community. You are invited to come out and join us and participate in one of the five events. Presented by Bank of New Hampshire, WOW Fest has something for everyone and all proceeds go to help continue the expansion of the WOW Trail.

Events at WOW Fest include a 3-mile walk out on the WOW Trail, a scenic 5K and 10K road race along Lake Opechee and a 15 mile (Paugus Bay) and a 67 mile (Lake Winnipesaukee) bicycle challenge all starting and ending at the Laconia Athletic & Swim Club. Following the events there is a festival with great food, live music and lots of fun activities for the whole family. Register by September 1st and receive a limited edition WOW Fest '13 event tech shirt.

Businesses and organizations are invited to participate with our team contests for most participants (Tilton Veterinary Hospital 2012 winner), most money raised (Patrick's Pub & Eatery 2012 winner) and best dressed and best times in the road races (Awakenings Chiropractic 2012 winners). Let's see some new challengers this year!

Registration and complete event information is available at www.wowtrail.org.

Celebrate outdoor recreation and the continued expansion of the WOW Trail by participating in this year's WOW Fest on Saturday, September 14th. Show your support... and get out and enjoy a walk, a run or a bicycle ride.

We hope to see you there!

Allan Beetle & the
WOW Trail Board of Directors