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Run as a job??

Thursday, June 13, 2013

I know this isn't for everyone, but I could be a cool job for those that run way more than I do.
And I do so love the Westin beds. If I could sleep on one after *every* race, that would be just super.


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DRUIDPRINCESS 6/14/2013 7:04PM

    I think I would be very good at the sleeping but not so good at the running.... perhaps I should look for a different job...


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JPAMPY 6/13/2013 6:23PM

    That would be really awesome!! I am not a marathoner and I dont live anywhere near an establishment of hotels like that. emoticon

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LINDAKAY228 6/13/2013 1:33PM

    Does sound like it would be a neat job for someone who runs a lot. I don't run enough to do it though. But someone will really enjoy the job

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HEALTHY-SPARK 6/13/2013 1:24PM

    I've often thought that a "fitness" related job would be pretty awesome -- and a surefire way to stay in shape without having to worry about going to the gym all the time and fitting it in between work etc. let me know if you figure it out!

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LYNSEY723 6/13/2013 1:21PM

    That's a pretty great job!

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SAMBIDEXTROUS 6/13/2013 12:52PM

    Ah, you looked into it further than I did.

Hmmmmm...I don't know if the miss print is a worry, but crappy weather would be a deterrent for me!

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TIMOTHYNOHE 6/13/2013 12:50PM

    Wait a minute. I'd have to run in Chicago? Holy crap! That was one of the hottest half marathons I have ever run. And one of my slowest. 21 Jule is no time to be running a half.

Besides, the Westin page says the finalists will run in the Rock 'n' Roll Chicago Marathon. There is only a Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon in Chicago. I am not sure I would trust someone who doesn't even know their product.

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TIMOTHYNOHE 6/13/2013 12:44PM

    And they sponsor your running? Ok, so I would have to do Rock 'n' Rolls (I swore off those after this year unless one absolutely meshes perfectly with my schedule, but dude! How cool would that be? I would lose nothing by applying.

Of course they are probably looking for some 20- or 30-something with a 15% body fat who runs a sub-3:00 full not a 60-year old at 21% who runs a super-2:00 half.

But what do I have to lose?


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