Dane Rauschenberg will be running to the Q-C


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Posted Online: Sept. 05, 2013, 2:38 pm
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Press release submitted by Allison Zurcher


Dane Rauschenberg want to run with YOU!

Moline, IL, September 5, 2013: Dane Rauschenberg, famous for running 52 marathons in 52 weeks wants to run with you! The Friday before THE Quad Cities Marathon (Friday, September 20, 2013) Dane will be running to the Quad Cities. On September 18th Dane will start his journey in Dane, WI and plans to finish at John O'Donnell Stadium around 5:00p Friday night. He is looking for people to run with him as he finishes his 3 day journey here in the QCA! Dane plans to be running around a 9:00 min/mile pace, but as any runner knows, there could be fluctuations! For more information on running with Dave please contact Joe Moreno at runqcm@yahoo.com. For more information on Dane Rauschenberg and his great accomplishments please visit his Dane to Davenport blog: http://danetodavenport.blogspot.com/.
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