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Panerathon 2017 Team Peacock Registration

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Join 21 WFMJ this year for Panerathon 2017!  We want to have the biggest team at Panerathon this year and we need your help.  

Click the link below to register to walk with Team Peacock on August 27th in downtown Youngstown.  21 News personalities will be walking that day to help raise funds for the Joanie Abdu Comprehensive Breast Care Center.

Team registration is $20.00 per person and the deadline to pre-register is Monday, August 21st.  When you click the link, go to Team Registration, click Register Teammate and then under team choose Team Peacock!  Most of us will be doing the 2-mile walk.  The team captain's e-mail is jstev@wfmj.com.

Packet pickup will occur on Saturday, August 26 from 9 am-noon at the Covelli Centre. It will be held in the Team Shop area near the Refresh Dental entrance to the building. Please note there is only one packet pickup event prior to race day. If you don't attend packet pickup you will need to arrive on-site early, around 8 am, to pick up your materials on race day.  Team members are responsible for picking up their own packets.  

More details on packet pick up are available on the Panerathon site (under FAQs).

IMPORTANT | On race day, all Team Peacock members should meet at 9:00 a.m. at the 21 WFMJ broadcast location in the Covelli Centre parking lot.  As soon as a map is published, we will post it here for a better idea of where our exact location is. 

We look forward to seeing you at Panerathon!

Register for Team Peacock here.

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