Thank you to our major sponsors!
Channel your inner warrior princess at Harbor House’s 6th Annual Warrior Princess Mud Run. This year’s obstacle course challenge promises to be even more fun and exciting than last year. We’ll be bringing back plenty of challenge favorites from previous years, as well as a couple of new obstacles you haven’t seen yet. For a full look at all of this year’s obstacles, check out our obstacle course guide.
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Registration Fees and Deadlines
|Prompt Princes||$65 + Eventbrite processing fee||3/31/2017|
|What Are You Waiting For?||$75 + Eventbrite processing fee||6/30/2017|
|It’s Never Too Late||$85 + Eventbrite processing fee||8/14/2017|
|Event Day Registration||$95||8/19/2017|
*Online registration closes at 11:59 p.m. on 8/15/17. Onsite registration will be available the day of the event.
Volunteer – Become a Muddy Buddy
The Warrior Princess Mud Run is 100% volunteer driven and it takes hundreds of “Muddy Buddies” to make it happen each year. Our volunteers work hard, but we also know how to throw a pretty good party. Participants rave about our awesome and encouraging volunteers who have a great time cheering for everyone along the course. Interested in joining the Muddy Buddy team? Apply today.
Mud run sponsorship offers organizations a great way to show their support for Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs. Our sponsorship guide includes a list of current sponsors, information on participating in the event as a corporate team, and a description of the various sponsorship opportunities available. You’ll even find information on sponsoring your own obstacle on the course.
About Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs
At Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs, we’re leading a community-wide effort to end domestic abuse. We focus on providing holistic treatment and support for domestic abuse survivors – from safety planning and support groups to legal advocacy and assistance finding gainful employment. By removing barriers to empowerment, we offer survivors haven, help, and hope.