BUFFALO GROVE, Ill., Oct. 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The popular nationwide Hot Chocolate 15k/5k Series is bringing its chocolaty goodness to cities across the nation for another race season.
Known for its incredible post-race party and goodie bag, the Hot Chocolate Series is back with even more surprises. The 2015-2016 goodie bag includes a luxurious, fleece-lined full-zip jacket and a reusable drawstring bag. In addition, all 15k finishers will receive a Finisher Medal. The medal is made from metal alloy shaped to resemble a chocolate bar with a city-specific gold plated wrapper. After completing the race, participants can receive a Finisher Mug with a rich dark hot chocolate, fondue and dippable snacks while enjoying a live DJ.
The Hot Chocolate 15k/5k season kicks off in Chicago on November 8th. Registration is still open, but will sell out soon. After Chicago, the series heads to Columbus on November 15th and Scottsdale on December 6th. The full schedule of cities and dates can be found: http://www.hotchocolate15k.com/
This year, Hot Chocolate 15k/5k is excited to introduce its partnership with 2XU as the official compression apparel sponsor of the 2015-2016 series. Steve Ginsburg, CEO of RAM Racing, is enthused about the partnership. "I am so excited to pair two of my favorite things, our hot chocolate runners and compression apparel from 2XU. Hot Chocolate is extremely picky about choosing sponsors for our events, as we look for organizations that genuinely serve the active lifestyles of our runners. I have personally relied on 2XU compression and recovery apparel for many years now. The idea of educating our runners with the value of top-tier compression products is incredibly exciting."
The Hot Chocolate Series is the fastest growing 5k and only 15k series in the world. The series is produced by RAM Racing, the nation's premier race production company based in Chicago that strives to give participants an emotional, unforgettable race experience.
Please let me know if you would like more information about the race or to speak with RAM Racing CEO Steve Ginsburg on the success of the Hot Chocolate Series.
SOURCE RAM Racing