Today is October 3rd, I don’t believe many people wore pink this morning, and phone calls are soooooo this morning? By now you have either gained one or two new phone numbers to your directory of friends and either have sent or received an excellent (maybe encouraging) text to someone new. New friends! Was awesome seeing friends recruiting friends this morning and we may have even recruited a security guard to work out with us next time! So glad you are all here. Anyways, keeping this short and sweet because we have oodles of announcements to re-share.
Friday 10/5 – This Friday marks the 1st of 4 workouts for BEACHTOBER! Meeting every Friday in October in Santa Monica at 6:30am for a collaboration w/ NP WLA.
Nov 3-4 >> SWCC – Today is THE LAST DAY to sign up for SWCC and it should be a BLAST! You won’t want to miss out. For those of you who haven’t been present at workouts but want to still get in on the fun (to run OR cheer/chill), here’s the deal. During the first weekend in November (November 3rd-4th), we will be heading out to a plot of land in Joshua Tree to meet up with and race against NP Phoenix, NP West LA, and NP San Diego…hence the “Southwest” portion of the name.
North Face ECSCA 11/17 – Check out all the awesome races here
Rock N Roll 1/2 Marathon – There are still spots open for this race and our ambassador friends have provided discount codes (RNRLA10 for $10 off the 1/2 + RNRLA5 for $5 off the 5K. They are hosting a fun run Thursday 10/4 at 6:45 – Arts District Brewery (giving away 2x race entries and other goodies!). If you aren’t in the racing mood, NPLAX is hosting a CHEER station (Facebook event) so come out, grab a sign and have some fun with us!!
LAX Social Page – Check out the LAX Social Facebook Page here where people share free events, make announcements, and give shout outs to other tribe members outside of the workouts.
Fabulous Fun Fact: Area codes were not established until the introduction of New Jersey’s 201 area code in 1951! The largest populations (New York, LA, Chicago, etc) were given codes that were quick to dial on a rotary phone.
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