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Sponsor Spotlight: Mamas Movin' with Mary

Today, I would like to introduce you to one of our other Sponsors, Mamas Movin' With Mary. Simply put, the Mamas are a group of moms who got together to pray a rosary while they walked together.  From these Saturday morning walks, grew a deeper devotion to Christ and praying the rosary (and some half marathons too!!).  And out of that came Mamas Movin' with Mary and their famous tee!

 

(The following is a review of the shirt and information about the Mama's charitable work.  This is being republished from a post I wrote in September 2010).

I ordered one right after I saw it. It came in the mail just a few days later. It was cutely wrapped with a blue ribbon, with a one decade rosary attached; perfect to pray with on your walks/runs. I do have to say that the shirt it A LOT cuter in person than the picture on their website shows. The shirt is black with blue lettering. It is more of a fitted cut, so be prepared to order one size larger if you do not like your shirts too tight. I purchased a medium and it was a perfect fit! The cut of the shirt is flattering. And the material is an athletic-wicking material. But, it is a real nice, soft one, not like many of the scratchy race shirts I have gotten!


The day I got it, I took the shirt out for a "test-drive" and wore it to the gym while I biked. Well, it worked perfectly! It kept me cool and dry. Then, this weekend, I wore it out and about with khaki pants. The t-shirt is such a nice cut and fit that you do not have to wear it just for working out. So, I am sold on the shirt.

This is me wearing the shirt during my first marathon.

20% of the profits from the sales of the t-shirt go to the Run the Race Club of Columbus. Run the Race is part of the Brian Muha foundation. Run the Race works with the kids of Columbus to give them activities to participate in and to be a positive influence in the lives of children that may not have many of them.


This charity really struck me because, although I did not know Brian Muha, I was working as a Residence Director at Franciscan University when he was killed. And, from the time he was abducted, to the time of the end of the trial of the accused, I remember Brian's mother and founder of Run the Race Club, Rachel Muha, being such a true example of what holiness, Christian charity and forgiveness are meant to be.


And, thanks to the Mama's generosity, one lucky registrant/donor will get the "Hail Mary's" tee!! 

Thank you Mamas for supporting this fundraiser!

Comments

  1. I hope I win this shirt! I have been coveting one since you first posted about it :)

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  2. Went ahead and ordered one for me, but I'd still love to win a second one!

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