Buckshot Run offering reduced registration fee ahead of next week’s event

Eau Claire (WQOW) – The Buckshot Run is right around the corner, and soon you can register for the event at a discounted price – but only for two days.

The Buckshot Run takes place in Carson Park on Tuesday, August 28 (2-mile race) and Saturday, September 1 (2-mile and 5-mile race).

The event raises money for Special Olympics Wisconsin.

As a way to make a strong final push in registration, there will be a ‘flash sale’ Wednesday, August 22 and Thursday, August 23, where registration is only $20. Normally registration for one of the runs is $27.

To register for the event, click here. 

WQOW News 18 is a proud sponsor of the Buckshot Run.

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