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Nov. 2, 2010
RSVP Now for an Evening with 2010 Ironman World Champion Chris McCormack
Next Thursday, November 11, Team CLIF BAR is excited to host an evening event with 2010 Ironman World Champion Chris McCormack.

We'll pop the caps on some tasty beverages from New Belgium Brewing Company while we chow down on delicious lasagna made by the guys in the Clif Bar Café, Kali's Kitchen.

Chris McCormack Meet 'n Greet at Clif Bar!

Please join us! Hang out with fellow triathlon fans, chat it up with the folks from Clif Bar and meet Team CLIF BAR triathlete Chris McCormack. Chris will take the stage to talk about his adventures at the 2010 Ironman World Championships.

This is a rare op to meet a 2-time Ironman World Champion, an ITU World Champion, a 7-Time World Cup Champion, a Gold Medalist at the Goodwill Games and a 12-time Ironman Champion – all in one guy!

Hurry and RSVP. Attendance is limited to 250 people, so RSVPs are required. $20 (per person) gets you in the door for food, drink and festivities. Net proceeds from the evening will go to MaccaNOW.

Evening Agenda:

  • 6:00pm: Doors open

  • 6:00pm-7:15pm: Food & beverages for all

  • 7:15pm-7:30pm: Welcome intro & Take-a-Seat time

  • 7:30pm-9:00pm: Meet Chris McCormack

Please RSVP to:

We will respond to the first 250 RSVPs with a confirmation email that includes instructions for payment and directions to the Clif Bar Theater.

Clif Bar & Company is located at 1451 66th Street in Emeryville, CA.

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When the event is full we will send that information by email to any RSVPs that we are unable to accommodate.

No reservations will be taken by phone.

Thanks and hope to see you next week!
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Le Sensation American
Events, Athlete Life, Team Clif Bar

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