Zombie Survival Run
Event name: AM I FIT Zombie
When: August 17th 2014
Who: Dunedin community, Otago students,
all who wish to support the NZ Blood Service
Entry’s: visit www.zombiesurvival.co.nz
event supporting the NZ Blood Service and running in
conjunction with the DunDead festival.
Welcome to the AM
I FIT Zombie Survival Run – an event which brings together
zombies, fitness and mud in a terrifyingly spectacular five
kilometer run or walk.
Each participant will be equipped
with two life tags. Each time a zombie removes a tag, your
risk of infection increases. Life tags will be hidden
throughout the course. If all tags are removed, you will
soon become infected and will need to make a mad dash to the
Runners will make their way around the
circuit, fighting through muddy terrain, native bush, and
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