Mount Prospect, IL (September 27, 2014) registration for the 3rd annual Mount Prospect Jaycees Save the Brains Zombie Charity Crawl is now underway. Bring your ghoulish style, your blood and your inner zombie and secure a spot to help fight against Cerebral Palsy. Due to tremendous popularity of this event in the past, all zombies are urged to pre-register for this event. A donation of $30 is all that is needed to enjoy in this great event. Registration can be done through http://www.signmeup.com/102804. Preregister for a $5 discount. Participants who preregister by 9/10/14 will receive a t-shirt. Schedule and details at Mountprospectjaycees.org.
“We are preparing for an incredible turn out for a great cause and encourage all registrants to sign up now and guarantee there t-shirt and zombie spot for the event.” – Zombie Crawl chairman Nicholas Calaranan. This crawl is open to all responsible adults that enjoy networking, laughing, meeting new people, zombies, and helping a great cause. Participants are encouraged to attend promptly at Bar Louie where the crawl will commence 5:00 pm check in. There will be drink and food specials available at all the zombie stops which include Bar Louie, E & O, Blackfinn, and Buffalo Wild Wings. There will be various minute-to-win-it games at each stop. Raffles with prizes to good enough to raise the undead tickets will be on sale for $2 each or $10/6.
Start time for this event is scheduled for September 27th at 5:30 pm at Bar Louie 200 E. Rand Rd. Bring your zombie attire ready to rock!!! We will have volunteer makeup artists on site to make sure your zombified!!
The Mount Prospect Jaycees expanding charity effort is expected to draw crowds of participants from though out the community running for a cause bigger than themselves. The Mount Prospect Jaycees in recent past have supported the charitable efforts of Camp New Hope, Heifer International, Nothing But Nets, Les Turner ALS Foundation, Make-a- Wish, and Neurofibromatosis (NF) Midwest. Within the local community they have given contributions to CEDA of Northwest, as well as scholarships to local high school students towards college. “We are very grateful for the support we receive from the Mt. Prospect Community including the Mt. Prospect Jaycees. The Jaycees food drive clearly shows how community support can be vital in helping struggling families when they need it the most.”, said CEDA Northwest CEO, Ron Jordan, when asked in regards to a local food drive the Mount Prospect Jaycees organized to support the CEDA Food Pantry.