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Twin Cities In Motion and the Minnesota Twins are teaming up with Twins relief pitcher, number 15 Glen Perkins, and his wife Alisha for the sixth annual Fifteen's 5K, a fun event to benefit the PrairieCare Child & Family Fund. Join Glen, Alisha, and the Minnesota Twins players for a great race and a game at Target Field, where everyone finishes on Target Field!
Race Day is Sunday, August 6th! The 5K run will start at 8 a.m. near Mariucci Arena and finish inside Target Field near homeplate!
Your race package includes:
All fees are not refundable and race numbers are not transferable. No refunds or exchanges on game tickets.
Twins Ticket Requests:
For participants registering before July 24th, 2017, your entry fee includes one (1) Twins ticket to August 6th game vs. the Texas Rangers and, during registration, you have the option to purchase up to eight (8) additional tickets to the game at an extra cost of $15.50 per ticket.
Group Ticket Requests:
Do you want to sit together as a group at the baseball game? During the registration process, you will have the opportunity to Create a Group or Join a Group.
Game Ticket Information:
If you've registered before July 24th, game ticket(s) will be e-mailed to you by the Minnesota Twins starting the week of July 24th, 2017. Please ensure that the e-mail address you use for your registration is the e-mail address to which you would like your tickets sent. Race registrations that happen on July 24th or later and after will not include a baseball ticket. If you have ticket questions please contact Phil McMullen at email@example.com.
PrairieCare Child & Family Fund:
The race will benefit the Prairie Care Child & Family Fund (part of the Prairie Care Institute) which is working to transform psychiatric care through education, research, and training. Alisha has been very out spoken regarding her struggle with anxiety and the Perkins want to help bring mental health care into the 21st century and break the stigma surrounding these diseases.