Throwback Thursday: Cash Mob SF Recap

Okay, it’s not really too much of a throwback but we had so much fun at A Runner’s Mind on Saturday!  Thanks to the 80+ participants and of course the various local businesses who also supported by donating prizes, refreshments and helping us publicize. 

Here are some of the highlights:

We gathered around 9sh and Marathon Mattgot the runners warmed up before leading the  fun but tough (IMO) 5-mile run.

After the run, the cash mobbers had a choice of joining the Pilates Clinic led by Mercury Fitness Pilates Center or participating in the Turkish get-up challenge by Advanced Wellness San Francisco.  

Refreshments and snacks courtesy of Black Diamond Brewery and Seventy 30 Juice and A Runner’s Mind were ready for us when we got back.

I didn’t get my free massage Pacific Spine & Joint Medical Group (but I heard lots of good things about them from our fellow cash mobbers) since Marc and I were having too much fun raffling off prizes from of Six Doors City Beer Runs, Therapydia SF and watching Goldilocks Training‘s plank challenge winner hold an 8 minute plank!

We’re always looking for an amazing local business to cash mob so if you have a favorite locally-owned business who you think deserves a cash mob, please nominate them!  Again, thank you everyone for helping Shift Local make this happen.  We can’t do this without your help!

It’s not just about buying local, it’s also about bringing our community together.  For those of you who missed it, please make sure to like our Facebook page and/or subscribe to our blog so you keep up to date with our next event or contest.

Marc and Mari




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