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Join Daggett Shuler Law on Saturday, July 9th at the 14th Annual Kids for Kids Triathlon!

The Kids for Kids Triathlon was created in 2003 as a way to introduce young people in Winston-Salem to the sport of triathlon in a fun, safe and positive environment.

The 14th annual Kids for Kids Triathlon will take place:

Date:  Saturday, July 9th
Location:  Brookberry Farm –  Brookberry Farm Circle, Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Time: 8:00am

The Triathlon race is for kids between the ages of 7 and 14 and gives them an opportunity to run, swim and bike in a friendly competition.

In addition to teaching kids the importance of physical fitness, Kids for Kids Triathlon raises thousands of dollars for local charitable organizations. Since 2003, Kids for Kids Triathlon has raised over $85,000 for children’s charities.

To learn more about Kids for Kids Triathlon, visit their website here.

Daggett Shuler Law is a proud sponsor of the Kids for Kids Triathlon. Our attorneys and staff have a passion for supporting the health and safety of young people in the Piedmont Triad community, and we are thrilled to participate in this fantastic community event.

Daggett Shuler Law attorneys and staff will be at Brookberry Farm, July 9th to cheer on participants and greet kids as they cross the finish line. The race will also be emceed by David Daggett. We hope to see you there!

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