Wow, we sure do love our chocolate — and racing for chocolate! What a treat (pun intended) to read through everyone’s great comments about the Kona Chocolate Run 10K, 5K and Cocoa Mile this Nov. 20 in Plymouth. I wish I had enough race entries for each runner who entered this giveaway!

Alas…I have just two entries — good for either the 10K or 5K — to give away to two runners. The winners, chosen at random, are …

Julie Robinson:

“I’d love to win a free entry because I love running races and it can become an expensive hobby. My friend always does this race but I have yet to run it. I love anything milk chocolate. Any candy bar is fine with me, especially if milk ????”

Rachel Kain

“I love the Kona races! I want to run this race to get back in the game, since I’ve been on a little bit of a hiatus. My favorite chocolate is Ghirardelli dark with sea salt!”

Congratulations, Julie and Rachel! Please email MRG at heather [at] michiganrunnergirl [at] gmail [dot] com as soon as possible to claim your prize!

Thanks to everyone for entering this giveaway!

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