Kaua‘i residents can ‘Work It Out’ for The Kaua‘i Marathon during May

KAPA‘A — Kaua‘i residents can work it out for a special kama‘aina registration discount for the Kaua‘i Marathon from May 14 through 28 at Work It Out in Kapa‘a.

For those two weeks, Kaua‘i residents can pick up and fill out special promotional entry forms at Work It Out for a $40 discount of a full- or half-marathon entry, resulting in half-marathon registration fee of $65 or $95 fro the full-length race.

The promotional forms are only available at Work It Out and must be completed and paid for at the store for the discounted registration.

Cash, checks or credit cards are acceptable forms of payment and there are no refunds, transfers or rollovers with this promotion.

Joining the pre-Kaua‘i Marathon excitement, Boot Camp by Stacy is offering an Eat, Drink, Run 13.1 program to help runners, weekend warriors and new marathon participants to train for the Kaua‘i half-marathon.

The 14-week half-marathon training program includes the Kaua‘i Marathon race entry, Team Run tank, a 15 percent discount card at Work It Out, a Boot Camp by Stacy water bottle and an easy-to-follow 14-week training program.

Cost is $89 plus the cost of at least four pre-paid boot camps per month at $40 each.

Call Stacy Ricciardi at 635-1143 for more information on this training program.

Work It Out, located at 4-1312 Kuhio Highway in downtown Kapa‘a, specializes in athletic and casual clothing, including a wide selection of running and yoga items as well as a collection of trendy sportswear.

The shop is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and can be reached at 822-2292.

Kaua‘i residents must present a valid driver’s license to pick up race packets at the Expo Aug. 31 or Sept. 1 at the Grand Hyatt Kaua‘i Resort and Spa, the new center of the Kaua‘i Marathon for 2012.

The Fourth Annual Kaua‘i Marathon is scheduled for Sept. 2 in Po‘ipu and will offer marathon and half-marathon distances certified by USATF and AIMS.

Visit www.thekauaimarathon.com for more information.


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