Take a crazy breath of fresh air and join us for an unforgettable party, and 1-mile fun run this February, benefiting NF research.

Feb
11
12:00pm

Mt Adams Pavilion
949 Pavilion Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Cupid’s Undie Run – Cincinnati

This February, be part of something great. Cupid’s is a “brief” fun-run that takes place in the middle of a BIG party. That’s right: party, run (a mile-ish, and at your own pace), party—all in benefit of Children’s Tumor Foundation, and all to #EndNF.

  • Noon – Doors open & the party starts!
  • 1:15 PM – Awards ceremony
  • 2:00 PM – UNDIE RUN
  • 3:30 PM – Earned open bar closes
  • 4:00 PM – Bag check close, Cupid’s officially ends

Check out our Facebook Event Page for updates!


UPDATE

Packet Pick Up information for Cincinnati is in! Come say hi and pick up your swag at the following locations:



Thursday, February 9th 5pm-8pm
Mt. Adam’s Pavilion 949 Pavilion St, Cincinnati, OH 45202


Friday, February 10th 5pm-8pm
Cyclebar Hyde Park  2713 Edmondson Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45209 (Rookwood Plaza)
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“Brave” is the biggest understatement in history. Meet the inspiring faces behind NF.

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Fight neurofibromatosis – with pants!

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our champions

Tomorrow a new family will have their world turned upside down – they will be told that their child has a rare genetic disorder they can barely pronounce – neurofibromatosis (NF). There will be MRIs, many more doctors visits, and currently no treatments. We created Cupid’s Undie Run because we believe there is a solution to end NF and through the research guided by the Children’s Tumor Foundation and the funds we raise, we will find it.

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