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I’m so excited to share that I’ll be running in Nashville for the first time. It’s shaping up to be a wonderful weekend! If you’re thinking about joining in the fun, I’ve got 5 reasons why you should check out Rock ‘n Roll Nashville!I'm sharing 5 reasons why you should check out @runrocknroll Nashville coming up this April! #RNRBR #bibchat Click To Tweet
Rock n’ Roll Nashville is in its 20th
Everyone I know who has visited Nashville talks about the amazing live music that you can enjoy in the city. Plus, there’s tons of history. While I’m not a country fan, I do enjoy learning about the history of the recording music industry. Here are a few attractions that I hope to get to check out when I’m in town:
You will get a pretty good tour of Nashville during the race, especially if you’re running the full marathon! One thing that has been warned is that Nashville has LOTS of hills! Be sure to get in plenty of hill training to prepare for this race!
Even if you’re not a country music fan (and believe me when I say that I am NOT) –
Rock ‘n Roll is INFAMOUS for their gorgeous, creative finisher’s medals. The medals for 2019 have just been revealed and wow! This year’s collection includes LED lights and glitter. I can’t wait to earn mine in a few weeks!
Being a Bibrave Pro has its perks! I’m happy to share with you a discount if you’d like to take a part in Nashville weekend! You can save $16 off the Rock ‘n Roll Nashville half marathon or marathon distance with code: 19RNRBRP16 OR $6 off the 5K with code: 19RNRBRP6!
Have you ever visited Nashville? What’s your favorite Rock ‘n Roll race?