THEY'RE BACK! And this time, they brought Santa.
This is more than a little ol’ Christmas in July run.
It’s a full frontal holiday haunt. Last year, the zombies took Halloween.
This year, they will take all the holidays.
The Original and Best Wichita Zombie Run is back with a surprise twist.
That’s right. Santa brought his friends. And they are hungry…….
Wichita's Original Zombie Run returns July 13 for a horrific corpse-fest that will revisit 12 months of holidays and have you hoping you never see the Easter bunny again. Runners will experience 12 challenging obstacles – each representing a month of holiday horror. You thought zombie clowns were scary. Wait until you meet Zombie Easter Bunny. Starting with January’s Zombie New Year’s Baby and ending with December’s Zombie Santa and his evil elves, runners will challenge their skill and endurance on ground, in mud, through water and perhaps a little electricity. All while being chased by zombie Santa, zombie cupid, zombie leprechauns, zombie Uncle Sam, zombie turkeys………
Registration for runners and zombies will open April 1, 2013.
DATE: Saturday, July 13 at 4PM-0 Dark Thirty
PLACE: Tanganyika Wildlife Park
RUNNER FEE: $30 for Half Race or $50 for Full Race or $60 for After-Dark Race
ZOMBIE FEE: $20 Registration Fee
The Wichita Zombie Run benefits Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Wichita (CCCS).
CCCS is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help clients with their financial challenges. They struggle to compete against the national corporate debt management agencies and their larger marketing budgets. CCCS is a local organization and for the past 25 years they have helped clients to eliminate financial stress due to divorce, death, and disease. By doing this, families are strengthened, marriages are strengthened, high performers return to their employers and children can focus on their studies. With the support from money and awareness raised from the Wichita Zombie Run, CCCS can continue to educate local families to make sound financial decisions and find the peace they need, creating stronger families and stronger communities in Kansas.