Monthly Archives: March 2013

Weekend Fun

Looks like our team is having a bit of fun at Tiki Tubing before the REAL fun begins!


Tomorrow is a big day in Baton Rouge. The 5k Foam Fest will be partying all day and we hope you can join us! If you haven’t signed up yet, no worries, come to the info booth tomorrow and register to run this muddy foamy run. You won’t want to miss this weekend event. See you there!

Get Ready Baton Rouge

Hey Baton Rouge, get ready for the 5k Foam Fest!

Our crew is out setting up for Saturday’s big event! With lots of dirt, water, and sand, you can be sure this will be a muddy 5k run. And you can’t forget the foam! Every inflatable obstacle will be filled with foam on race day. If you haven’t registered yet, be sure to visit to sign up!





See you Saturday!

Baton Rouge ♥′s Jack in the Box

Calling all foamsters in Baton Rouge!

Jack in the Box is proud to be the title sponsor of the Jack in the Box 5k Foam Fest event taking place on March 23, 2013! Here’s how you can team up with Jack in the Box to support this year’s local event taking place in Baton Rouge:

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  1. Visit any one of the 17 Jack in the Box restaurants in Baton Rouge to receive more information about the 5k Foam Fest and get special Jack in the Box coupon offers to help you fuel up prior to the race!
  2. Help support the Special Olympics, the charity associated with the 5k Foam Fest, by visiting Jack in the Box on Friday, March 22nd or Sunday, March 24th.  Bring in the fundraiser flyer and Jack in the Box will donate 15% of the total sales from your purchase to the Special Olympics organization.
  3. And on Race Day, don’t forget to stop by the Jack in the Box tent to receive fun promotional giveaways, special coupon discounts and prizes. Also, learn more about the fundraising initiatives to help better support the Special Olympics organization.

We look forward to seeing you there. For more information visit our website at Also, like us on Facebook at

ATL Register TODAY!

Hey Atlanta! Registration closes at 5:00 p.m. tonight, so make sure to sign up to run the 5k Foam Fest! You can also come tomorrow and purchase day of registration at the merchandise booth. We are so excited to bring the 5k Foam Fest to Atlanta tomorrow and hope you all have fun. It will be a muddy foamy mess, so be prepared to get filthy clean! This is THE weekend event you won’t want to miss. Come workout the fun way by participating in this funcore 5k. Packet pick up takes place today as well as at the race tomorrow. Check out the photos below for a little sneak peak, and visit our pinterest page to see which vendors and prizes will be there! Register at 



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 See you tomorrow Atlanta! 

ATL Charity

Hey Atlanta! Our team is setting up the 5k Foam Fest at the Atlanta Motor Speedway right now in preparation for Saturday! To help get you pumped for this weekend, we are spotlighting our partner charity, Special Olympics Georgia. We will be giving partial profits from the 5k Foam Fest to the Special Olympics organization to help the Georgia chapter. Read below, taken from the Special Olympics Georgia website, to learn more about them.


“Special Olympics Georgia provides year-round sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.Our goal is to help bring persons with intellectual disabilities into the larger society under conditions whereby they are accepted, respected, and given the chance to become useful and productive citizens. When we achieve this goal through our sports program, we demonstrate that Special Olympics has a unique value: to show the world that every person counts and that every person can be something good when we work together.Special Olympics Georgia invests in people with intellectual disabilities, helping them to develop athletic skills, while also promoting the abilities of the athletes off the field.When our athletes succeed, attitudes change, communities develop, health and self-esteem are built, and the eyes of the world are focused on all that is good and hopeful and positive.Athletes gain skills for employment, learn independent living skills, form relationships and help others understand their extraordinary capabilities despite health issues they experience daily.

Twenty-four different sports are offered for athletes to experience. Athletes ranging from age eight through senior participate in Special Olympics, gaining life skills and confidence in their athletic ability. Athletes ages 2-7 may also now participate via our Young Athletes (TM) program. SOGA is truly a grassroots effort. Only through a volunteer base of more than 25,000 are we able to fulfill our mission in serving our athletes and continue to grow. The volunteers are dedicated to providing the highest quality programs and services to the athletes and serve as area directors, certified coaches, event staff, unified sports partners and fundraisers. The continuing success of the organization depends on the ongoing support of the community.Through the program, 24,470 Georgia athletes are given the chance to express themselves and test their limits, however SOGA is currently serving only 23 percent of the eligible population! You can help these athletes in various ways; by volunteering, coaching, donating or sponsoring an athlete or event.Contact SOGA to find out how you too can Be a Fan.”

We are very excited to be partnering with Special Olympics Georgia and donate to their awesome cause. Please check out their website, and if you’re feeling generous you can donate to Special Olympics when you register for the 5K Foam Fest!

Visit to register for foamy muddy fun this Saturday!

Foamy Pics

Hey Jacksonville-pictures are up!!

Check out your foamy muddy pics here as well as pictures from Miami and Orlando.


All those not in Florida, we are moving on! Next up-Georgia! Get ready for a 5k race that’s more fun than a scrub in the tub! We can’t wait to see you there!