The EMPOWER Race Series Partners with Girl Talk

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The EMPOWER Race Series, a run, yoga, and festival experience from partners Fit Approach, LLC and Titanium Racing, is proud to announce Girl Talk as our 2017 charity of choice.

The mission of the EMPOWER Race Series, to empower women and girls through movement, sweat and community, aligns perfectly with Girl Talk, a peer-to-peer mentoring program for middle school girls, whose curriculum is tied to developing self-esteem and leadership through community service.

The EMPOWER Race Series will donate to Girl Talk with the goal of connecting and empowering young girls through community service and leadership programs.

Fit Approach founder Jamie King said, "We are delighted to partner with Girl Talk. It’s an amazing organization that aligns with our own vision of supporting and empowering women and girls, strengthening community, and of course giving back.”

"Girl Talk is beyond excited that the EMPOWER Race Series has selected us as their charity of choice," said Haley Kilpatrick, founder of Girl Talk. "Through the EMPOWER Race Series support, Girl Talk will be able to connect with and empower more middle and high school girls."

About EMPOWER Race Series:
The EMPOWER Race is a yoga, running, and festival experience that brings over 1,000 women together for a weekend of sweat, community building, and interactive experiences. The EMPOWER Race will be held August 5-6, 2017, in the San Francisco Bay Area, and offers two full days of programming, including: half marathon, 10K, 5K, and one mile distance races; yoga and strength training classes, and a festival featuring the hottest brands in fitness, nutrition, and active living. For more information, please visit http://www.empoweredraceseries.com.

About Girl Talk:
Girl Talk's mission is to help young teenage girls build self-esteem, develop leadership skills, and recognize the value of community service. Founded in 2002, Girl talk is a peer-to-peer mentoring program with high school girls mentoring middle school girls. Girl Talk chapters can be started at any high school with at least one high school girl to serve as the chapter leader and an adult to serve as an advisor. Girl Talk provides a positively driven curriculum at no cost that forms the basis for meetings and emphasizes volunteering and service. Girl Talk has reached more than 40,000 girls in 43 states and six countries. For more information, please visit http://www.mygirltalk.org.

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