The fifth annual Raymond James Cinciditarod, benefiting the Freestore Foodbank, is planned for noon on Saturday March 3. Cinciditarod is a wacky shopping cart race through Cincinnati that starts and finishes on Fountain Square. It’s named in tribute to the Alaskan Iditarod, which is a brutal 1,100 mile dog-sled race. However, instead of dogs, it’s people; instead of sleds, it’s shopping carts; and instead of Alaska, it’s Cincinnati. While physically attached to a grocery cart, teams of five, dress in creative costumes, push through a nearly five-mile course over the city streets, picking up items on a grocery list and stopping at five mandatory checkpoints. If you’re interested in registering or want to learn more about the race…Click here.
Media•on February 24th, 2012•Comments Off on Fifth Annual Cinciditarod