Hype and hope highlight the hoopla at the high energy kickoff to MCM Weekend. Runners and their personal cheering squad should purchase tickets now to the MCM Pep Rally, happening on Friday, Oct. 28 from 7-9 p.m. at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, the new MCM HQ hotel. Usher in the 41st MCM with pom poms, cheerleaders, a wild emcee, special guest expert speakers, appetizers, music and more surprises. Mix and mingle with other runners based on pace, hometown or military connection. Design a personalized cheer sign. This is the place to rev up and generate the energy necessary for a 26.2 mile run from the Pentagon to the Iwo. Tickets are $15 per runner and $17 per guest. All who register for the Pep Rally will receive a confirmation email that serves as the ticket to enter the event. First Command Financial Services proudly sponsors this epic event.
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