Salt Lake Comic Con’s The Hero Dash & Scare Out Polio
Super Hero & Zombie 5K

Saturday, October 25 at Liberty Park
Thank you for your donations and for a great event!

Hero Dash Charities

Salt Lake Comic Con is excited to announce The Hero Dash is about to run from a zombie invasion! We are joining forces with Utah Rotary’s Zombie Run for an epic event with music, running, games, and more.

Join us on October 25th at Liberty Park for a 5k fun run followed by a concert by Alex Boye. Dress as a zombie or a hero, and come have fun while doing good! Complete in our Hero Dash COSTUME CONTEST to win FanX Passes, merch, and other goodies.

There will be a bounce house for the kids, booths to visit, and cosplayers will be available for photo ops.

We’re working together to benefit Operation Underground Railroad, the Huntsman Cancer Institute, and Utah Rotary To End Polio Now.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

The Hero Dash Map

Cost:

Adults: $30 (Cash only day-of registration) | Kids: Ages 11-16 are $15
Children 10 and under are FREE!

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

 

About Operation: Underground Railroad:

  O.U.R. was established to rescue children from the sex slave tourism industry. A major component of our plan to rescue children is a television series called The Abolitionists. The remedy that ended slavery in the nineteenth century was not initially offered up by the government. It was not a top-down solution, but a bottom-up approach. It was the people who stood up and said, enough is enough. It was people like Harriett Beecher Stowe, who wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin and thus shined a bright light on the evils that too many hid their eyes from. Once the people could no longer ignore the problem, they acted. If we are to stop modern day sex slavery, we too must shine a light. We must expose this problem like nothing has before, making it too risky for child sex organizations and their customers to carry on their business as usual. Our television show will do this. With the help of Jerry Molen, Academy Award-winning producer of Schindler’s List, our production teams will follow our Underground Jump Team as they enter the darkest corners of the world in order to rescue children and end the reign of their captors. It will be a reality television show like no other, and it will be instrumental to ending modern day slavery.  

About The Huntsman Cancer Institute:

  Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) is part of the University of Utah Health Care system. HCI is a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-Designated Cancer Center, which means it meets the highest standards for cancer care and research and receives support for its scientific endeavors. Learn more about our Cancer Center Research Programs. HCI is also a member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), a not-for-profit alliance of the world’s leading cancer centers. NCCN is dedicated to improving the quality and effectiveness of care provided to patients with cancer.   Hope Through Research: HCI scientists focus on understanding cancer from its beginnings to create safer and more effective treatments. Researchers also investigate how genes function to discover possible methods of preventing, circumventing, or even reversing the genetic changes that cause cancer.   Hope Through Education: HCI offers free information about cancers, risk factors, screening, prevention, and treatments to patients, family members, physicians, and the public.     Hope Through Care: At HCI, teams of doctors and health care professionals work together to provide compassionate, state-of-the-art care. 

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PC_LaptopsPC Laptops is sponsoring Hero Dash Scholarships!

PC Laptops is offering Hero Dash Scholarships to 20 lucky fans who have fallen on hard times. PC Laptops and Salt Lake Comic Con realize that times are tough and want to offer the great people of the Utah area a chance to participate in our fun run no matter their circumstances. Please comment below by October 23 at midnight and tell us why you think you should be the recipient of our Hero Dash Scholarship: