David Vincent will take on a more challenging version of the Yeti Challenge (whereas runners run 5 miles every 4 hours) in Snowden Bridge on June 13th and 14th. David will run a 10k (6.2 miles) every 4 hours beginning at 8:00 pm on Saturday, June 13th. The last 10K will begin at 4:00 pm on Sunday, June 14th.
The event is a public event benefitting The Laurel Center in their mission against domestic and sexual violence.
David Vincent – Sales Manager at Beyer Auto Winchester
“One of the unfortunate events that has taken place with this pandemic has been a big increase in domestic violence and sexual abuse against women and children. That is something that is close to me because I did deal with a lot of that when I was a kid. I was inspired by Chris Fisher and Brad Hinton, who are tremendous runners, to do the Yeti Challenge. Many of The Laurel Center’s fundraisers have gotten cancelled this year, so they are really hurting to make up some of these funds that they need to serve our community. This run will shine a light on the darkness of domestic and sexual violence.”
Runners are encouraged to run with David as he shows his support against domestic and sexual violence.