2014 Color Me Rad Seoul - Participant Registration
Seoul Jamsil Sports Complex
Color Me Rad is coming to a town near you with a tsunami of color that'll make colored tears of joy run down your cheeks and will renew your will to live.
Color Me Rad is a 5K that fires off in a blaze of color bombs, color cannons, color mortars, and multi-toned courses that guarantee your outlook will be brighter, your boyfriend will be more affectionate, your boss will finally remember your name, the hair on your head will grow back and the hair on your back will fall out, and your gray outlook will turn green like a spring morning.
Historically, running has only been acceptable when trying to escape the law, personal responsibility, the truth, and grizzly bears.
Instead of running FROM something, get ready to run FOR something at this year's Color Me Rad. Run for the hell of it.
Starting in 2012, Color Me Rad has had well over a hundred races around the US and in 2013, it finally crossed over to the Eastern Hemisphere and into Korea! With the warm reception of the race last year in Seoul, Incheon, and Ilsan, we’re proud to host more races around the country this year.
You’re probably asking yourselves, “Is this really color being thrown at us or are the rainbows we’re seeing just God’s signal that it’ll never flood again?” Well I’m glad you asked. This isn’t just smoke and mirrors. This is non-toxic, non-rash-inducing, Kroger branded, colored cornstarch. Subsidized by the government and processed in the USA, these blasts of starch will change your color, and your demeanor, but never your level of wellness.
Corn Starch and FD&C and / or D&C Colors
Color Safety Information:
Approved for use in foods, cosmetics and / or drugs
These products are not considered hazardous, 29 CFR 1910-1200
We recommend soap, cold water, and perseverance…and another few suggestions：If you’ve got light colored hair, it helps to use some leave-in conditioner, olive oil or coconut oil beforehand—think Wendy Peffercorn—oiling and lotioning, lotioning and oiling. Goggles, glasses (aviator or other) to cover your eyes will help. After the race, get all the dry powder out of your hair, clothes, teeth, etc. before adding cold water. It’s just dust so bring your favorite French Maid and some lemon pledge. It might take a few washes to get it out of your hair, but heck, just lather, rinse, rinse, rinse, rinse, rinse, rinse and repeat.
I’m sure this is a question you never thought you’d have to ask. Mostly because it doesn’t make much sense, but now that we’ve got you on the FAQ page, you’re going to be questioning everything you ever believed in. Basically you get your whitest, cleanest shirt, tank-top, wife beater or just a thick patch of bleached chest hair and run until you get coated in color so thick, Tide with Bleach will be calling you to star in their next commercial.
Using the same tactics you use protect your “special parts” from the sun and lascivious eyes. Clothing, for starters, works wonders for keeping your skin as soft, supple, and as unseen as a baby’s backside. Goggles, glasses, shirts, shorts, shoes, cooking aprons, hospital gowns, or radiation suits can be worn to protect you from the frequent blasts of color from Color Me Rad, and any stray UV rays from holes in the ozone overhead.
Start out as clean as a newborn babe, and throughout the run, you’ll coat your chaffing thighs with Color Bombs of blue, green, pink, purple, and yellow until your face, shirt, and body come out silkscreened like a tie-dyed hippy on the other side.
Each section of the run adds a new explosion of color to your clean, painter’s palate until you cross the finish line into a final blitzkrieg of color.
This is the royal rumble of color. Every 15 – 20 minutes everyone will grab their Color Bombs and pummel each other until you’re black and blue (from corn starch – no real bruising will occur). There will be music and other color doused participants welcoming you across the finish line with open arms. Hugs are free and spectators are welcome.
White... all WHITE... but off white would be ok.
Sorry, sunglass color and T-shirt sizes can not be changed once registration is complete
We’ll have photographers present taking pictures throughout the race as well as at the finish line. If you want to go it alone, we recommend a good buddy trotting along side you, a zip lock bag to keep it safe and color free, and slow shutter speeds.
Just try to finish before the sun goes down. We don’t even own a watch. At the finish line you’ll be rewarded with a sense of accomplishment and an endorphin induced high.
Of course! Just come and have fun!
We will still have the race, rain or shine, but you can stay updated on the race status on our Facebook page and website.
Packet pick up location will be announced on our Facebook page and will be updated on the Race Page once details are confirmed. Packet pick-up will be located within the same city as the race a few days prior to the event. If for some reason, you are unable to come to the packet pick-up location, you can choose the delivery option for an additional fee.
*please note: Delivery option is no longer available starting July, 1st.
If you don't want to pay for delivery service, please pick up your package at the package pickup location or on the day of event.
Refunds are available within 7 days from when payment is made. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*For tickets purchased on third part sites, please contact them directly for refunds.
If you're unable to make it to the race, you can transfer it to someone else. To transfer, log in to our website: www.colormerad.co.kr. On the 'my page' section, just change the information to the new participant’s. Please note that once the new participant's information is put into the system, they are agreeing to the waiver, terms and conditions that were checked at the original time of registration.
*please note: Race transfer is no longer available after July, 16th.
Sorry, not this time.
Everyone, young, small, old, foreign or domestic are welcome to participate. Those under 18 must have the waiver electronically signed by a parent or guardian on the registration site, and here’s the kicker, 7 and under run for free! But they don’t get a shirt.
Nope. No fluff here. Get it?
Children 7 and under can run for FREE. Just note that they won’t receive a t-shirt and sunglasses. They don’t need to be registered but they will need a waiver signed for them. The waiver can be obtained by emailing us at email@example.com, visiting us at packet pick-up, or on race day. Strollers are welcome.
As you pass through this life you’re faced with thousands of choices that shape who you are, what kind of person you’ll become, and how successful you’ll be. These decisions either build or destroy character and can be life changing for you and those around you. Sometimes you’re faced with a decision so important that everything hinges upon you choosing correctly. It’ll brighten your day literally and figuratively; it’ll liven up your Facebook page and give you hours of new conversation and fond memories. That’s our personal guarantee. And let’s be honest, when was the last time you acted like a 12 year old? Unless you are now 13 years old, this was probably a long time ago.
You’ll receive the newest and best t-shirt in your closet…(for race day we recommend bringing a different white t-shirt or purchasing one at the Color Me Rad Store), a freaking sweet set of sunglasses, a race bib, a donation to a local charity, and some swag from our sponsors, AND ONE COLOR BOMB RIGHT BEFORE THE FINISH FOR THE FINAL COLOR THROW!
We have convenient payment options include online bill payment and credit card payment. However, the registration page is optimized for Microsoft Internet Explorer Browser (online), please do not try to payment on a smart phone or other browsers. If you have any troubles, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org :)
To use the ticket confirmation number you received, follow these steps:
1. Go to www.colormerad.co.kr
2. Click 'Register' and select the race you want to participate in.
3. After you read through the race information details, click on 'register' again.
4. If you haven't already done so, log in with your Color Me Rad Korea log in or create a new one .
5. Once you are logged in, select the type of race entry you want.
6. On the next page, fill out the information that is on the form. When you get to the 'Ticket Confirmation Number' section, insert the ticket confirmation number you received from the ticketing site and click verify.
7. Proceed with the rest of the registration form and proceed to check out.
If you have any problems with the ticket confirmation number, please contact customer service by phone (070-4959-2932) or by email at email@example.com.
If you can't make it to our packet pick up day, you can pick up your package on the day of the race or your friend can pick up your package for you. Just make sure you send your confirmation email to your friend so we can check your registration.
If you have any problems with delivery, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Of course you can. And you’ll get a sweet Color Bomb Squad t Shirt as well. Just go to the volunteer section.Please keep in mind that volunteers need to be at least 16 years old.
* Volunteers will be announced in July.
Typically we have volunteers on the Tuesday(7/15), Wednesday(7/16), Friday(7/18) and Saturday(7/19) of race week.
You think we’re just going to keep all your money? A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit a local charity.
Customer Service Hours:
Monday through Friday: 9:30am to 6:00 pm (lunch hours: 12:30-1:30)
Phone number: 070-4659-2932
We are not available on weekends or on holidays
You can also contact us by email at email@example.com or leave us a message under Ask a question on our website!
If you would like to volunteer, please fill out the form below. Typically we have volunteers on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday of race week. Volunteers need to be 16 or older please.
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