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USANA’s 2010 Children’s Hunger Run to “Stop Hunger in its Tracks"

Published: 07/20/2010
Saturday August 28, 2010 marks USANA's 7th annual CHF Children's Hunger Run: "Stop Hunger in its Tracks." This 5K run/walk, in connection with USANA's yearly International Convention, helps raise funds for Children's Hunger Fund (CHF), an organization committed to easing the suffering of children throughout the world.

Race Information
EnergySolutions Arena
301 West South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT
Race begins at 7 am

Registration Information
Pre-registration before race day or to pledge support for an existing team, visit www.isupportchf.org/run
Onsite registration on day of event begins at 6:30 am
Cost
$20 for pre-registration, ages 12 and older
$25 for registration day of event
12 and under are free

The public is encouraged to join USANA and its worldwide team of independent distributors in raising money for this worthwhile cause. 100 percent of all proceeds generated from the event go directly to CHF to help thousands of children around the world receive daily nourishment, medical care and a renewed sense of hope.

About Children's Hunger Fund: Children's Hunger Fund (CHF) works in some of the most needy regions in the world. In the slums of Guatemala, in the refugee villages in Northern Uganda, in the wake of disasters in Indonesia and Perú, and on the mean streets of America's inner-cities, CHF earnestly seeks to provide for the needs of children and make lasting impact in their lives.

About USANA: USANA Health Sciences develops and manufactures high-quality nutritionals, personal-care, energy and weight-management products that are sold directly to Preferred Customers and Associates throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Mexico, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

 

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