Bad Boy Super Sprint Triathlon Supports Adult Literacy

Each year, competitors travel from all over the nation to run the Bad Boy Super Sprint Triathlon, a USAT sanctioned multi-sport event sponsored by Bad Boy Mowers, the John Herman Hickman Foundation, First Community Bank, Fuller Bumpers Attorney at Law, and many other local businesses.

Proceeds from the Bad Boy Super Sprint benefit the Ozark Foothills Literacy Project, a 501(c)3 nonprofit serving adults in Independence, Fulton, Sharp, and Izard counties who are learning to read and write or to speak English.  The Literacy Project serves over one hundred students per year in Batesville alone.

This year’s race will be held at the new Batesville Community and Aquatics Center on July 14th.  The Literacy Project has added new registration options to accommodate every age and fitness level.  If you’d like more information on the triathlon, waterpark only registration, or the virtual race, please visit runsignup.com and search “Bad Boy Splash and Dash.”  Official t-shirts are now on sale in the race store.  All donations are welcomed and are tax deductible.

OFLP is a member of the Adult Learning Alliance, Proliteracy, and North Central Arkansas’s United Way.  Office space is generously provided by Citizens Bank.  To learn more about the race or OFLP, please contact Morgan Reed at 870-834-2810, info@oflp.org, or visit www.myoflp.weebly.com.

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