or Kit 0fficer Marion Gilbert maybe she may help me.
Why on earth did you give the runners a red bag with your Club name written all over it???
All you had to do was to print the race name on that bag.
Also that one Quaker oats biscuit was so dry I had to drink almost a litre of water to wash it down!
You made a big fat profit on your 2013 race, your momento - your kit bag was a major disappointment to say the least ???
You seem to be getting a reputation for your infamous momentos.
Can I give you a little tip just order medals for 2014
Stephen or Marion please feel free to discuss this I'm all ears.
I have a list of ten things what to do with the bag but Stephen you won't like it
I'm with Cougie on this - I don't enter races for the freebies, they are usually pretty crappy.
What was the event?
Wilkie wrote (see)
What was the event?
The Bromley Quaker Oats Red Bag Ramble
Karen.if the race has a reputation for bad freebies...why enter it
I can't believe this, what ever happened to turning up to a race, entering on the day running and going home with a toaster or some other prize if you finished in the top 3.
You'd need some kind of kit bag to carry the toaster in though.
A toaster is no good - the Quaker oats bar is already too dry without toasting it further.
A quick Google revealed that the Canterbury 10 was on Sunday, the race director was one Stephen Burt, and the Invicta East Kent club colour is red.
On their website, they have a link inviting visitors to email the Race Director.
Have you tried that, Karen? More likely to find him that way.
turn up on the day
A quick Google revealed that the Canterbury 10 was on Sunday, the race director was one Stephen Burt, and the Invicta East Kent club colour is red. On their website, they have a link inviting visitors to email the Race Director. Have you tried that, Karen? More likely to find him that way.
Goodness no, that would be way too logical.
You can also put comments and ratings on races ON THIS VERY WEBSITE!
Quite a few people have already (the kit bag was not popular, is must be said).
I expect the Race Director looks at those.
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