Scotland 10K Run Giveaway!

Central Park Turns Blue and Tartan for 11th Annual Scotland Run 

Are you doing the Scotland Run 10K?? Are you? It’s sold out so I hope you signed up on time… I am and I hope to see you there racing or spectating. The race is quite fun… here are some pictures from last year. And I have a fabulous giveaway, all Scottish themed for you to be ready! Okay, if you are not racing you can participate anyway!

Participate by posting in the comments section why you’d like to visit Scotland, by Thursday, April 3rd at 12 pm. One reader will be randomly selected to win a Scottish-themed goody bag that will be mailed in advance of the race. 

An all special Scottish-themed goody bag to get you in the spirit that includes:  Paolo Nutini CD / Snow Patrol CD / Fine Scottish Soaps / Saltire Beanie Hat / Scotland baseball cap / USBs / Shoelaces / Tote Bag

just got mine!

just got mine!

Ready? Comment below now!

About Scotland Week – #ScotWeek 

Scotland Week 2014 is built around the Tartan Day celebrations in the USA on April 5. Scotland Week incorporates a program of business, political engagements aimed at the promotion of Scotland as a great place to live, visit, do business, study and invest. Highlights for 2014 include the 11th year anniversary of the 10k Scotland Run and Festival in New York’s Central Park and the Tartan Day parade down Sixth Avenue


And the WINNER IS…

winnerGabrielle, we’ll be in contact ASAP! Congratulations!

10 thoughts on “Scotland 10K Run Giveaway!

  1. I’d like to visit Scotland because anyone who has ever been there waxes poetically about the rolling grassy hills. Plus, I kind of love bag pipes. 🙂


  2. I visited Scotland as a young lass. Interestingly there is a chapel in Edinburgh with a painting of King Dubh pronounced Duff. My husband’s family name means son of the son of Duff and I think it would be cool to show that to my kids. Plus I think the Highland Cou is cool.


  3. I’d like to visit Scotland because, no, wait. I am! Isle of Skye for 5 days over Easter, so don’t enter me into the draw – I’ll be able to pick up Scottish swag while I’m there. My girlfriend is Scottish so I’ve been a few times. It is a beautiful place, you cannot hope to understand the taxi drivers and like the fact that you can’t, the highland cows are to be seen to be believed and for some reason, in Scotland, the bagpipes make sense. Also, the food is amazing. All day breakfast is just the start. Neeps and tatties, haggis, some of the best salmon in Europe and that famous Angus beef. Plus it is an amazing place to run around, especially if you are into trail running. Enjoy the Scotland 10k!


  4. I’d like to go just to get out of my little bubble and see what life is like on the other side of the pond 🙂


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