Clemson to hold zombie infested 4k run


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Clemson will hold a zombie run for local charities on Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 6:30 p.m at Nettles Park. Participants can either be a runner ($25) or a zombie ($10-20).

Teams must have a minimum of 5 runners, maximum of 10 runners and MUST enter all together.



Description of the event on the official website: Life as we've known it is no more...

The apocalypse is here and Clemson is being overrun by the undead as they claw out of their graves and take over our town. It is up to you to save our city...

Do you have what it takes to survive Clemson's night of the running dead?

The Clemson Z Run is a zombie infested 4k obstacle course. You can run, walk or crawl, but remember the zombies are chasing you and want to eat your brains!

Click here to get more info or to register

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