Hot Chocolate 5K/15K Promo Code & Giveaway

This time of year, it’s get difficult to stick to an outdoor running schedule when winter means less daylight, many below-freezing mornings, snow, freezing rain and black ice. One thing keeping me motivated to stick to my runs is that I have two winter races planned: the Hot Chocolate 5K in Atlanta on Jan. 26, 2014 and Hot Chocolate 15K in Nashville on Feb. 15. I will run for chocolate, and I hope you’ll join me.

Hot Chocolate Banner hot chocolate swag

Being a race ambassador comes with great perks (like this headband I adore), and in spirit of giving, I’m sharing some even better prizes with my readers. Register for the Hot Chocolate 5K or 15K in Atlanta or Nashville using code BRUNCHERMUG and receive a bonus travel mug. And enter using the Rafflecopter below for chance to win a free race entry that can be redeemed for any of the Hot Chocolate 5K/15K races. The series has races left in:

  • Saint Louis on Dec. 15, 2013
  • San Francisco on Jan. 12, 2014
  • Atlanta on Jan. 26, 2014
  • Dallas on Feb. 8, 2014
  • Nashville on Feb. 15, 2014
  • Seattle on March 2, 2014
  • San Diego on March 23, 2014
  • Philadelphia. on April 6, 2014
  • Minneapolis on April 19, 2014
  • Los Angeles on a date TBD 2014


The Hot Chocolate 5K/15K is probably the sweetest race you’ll ever run. Registration for the chocolate-themed winter race includes a fleece made of moisture-wicking material making it perfect for your chilly winter runs. And the run ends with chocolate party complete with not only hot chocolate but also chocolate fondue to cover your post-race recovery snacks. You can’t tell me that doesn’t sound delicious.

The race also benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities, which serves traveling families with lodging, laundry facilities, meals as their children receive treatment in pediatric hospitals.

I hope to see you there.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. I’ve joined an accountability group hosting a winter fitness challenge to keep me motivated!

  2. I hang my summer 2014 bikini on the wall to remind myself that even though working out in the winter sucks it has to be done!

  3. I have always wanted to run one of these races! Hot chocolate and Wine races seem to be just so rewarding! (You know besides the endorphin rush and working towards better health lol) I haven’t done my best this winter but I stay motivated usually by thinking of all the spring fashion that is just around the corner!

  4. Signing up for a race in January has been my motivator these past two years, but the #RWRunStreak and the #RunChatHunt have definitely been helping a lot this winter.

  5. I’m part of the #RunStreak challenge. 1 mile every day from Thanksgiving until New Years Day!

  6. Steph Gleason says:

    I sign up for winter races.

  7. Sign up for winter races and tell my friends that I’ve done it, so that I have a harder time backing out :-)

  8. i make sure my winter is jam packed with events such as these. this race looks like a big ball of fun.

  9. New shoes always help to motivate me to run in the cold months. What’s the use in getting new kicks if you can’t show ‘em off, am I right? :)

  10. I run races with friends.

  11. I’ve signed up for a training group to keep my running up! I just need to choose which races to register for…

  12. Deborah W. says:

    I stay motivated because I’m on a journey to improve my health.

  13. Can’t wait for the Seattle run! I’m racing towards a 100 pound weight loss goal! 25 pounds to go! This is a fun way to help me reach that goal!

    • the bRUNcher says:

      Best wishes with the Seattle run on March 2. It’s amazing that you’ve come this far on your weight loss journey. Keep me posted on the results.

  14. How do you become a race ambassador?


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