Color Vibe 5k In Stone Mountain Village


Stone Mountain, GA — The Color Vibe, a “vibrantly colorful” 5k fun run company, is hosting the Stone Mountain/Atlanta
Color Vibe 5k
for people of all ages on May 31, 2014 held at Stone Mountain Village.

The Color Vibe is a unique 5k fun run series that is gaining popularity throughout the United States. Throughout the
course, participants run, walk, or dance their way through color stations, where vibrant colors tie-dye white outfits and
costumes. When it’s over, everyone is invited to stick around for a large colorful dance party hosted by a professional
sound crew and DJ. As their website states, “You are the canvas, and when you’re finished with this 5k run you’ll be an
exciting and vivid masterpiece.”

The Color Vibe encourages runners and walkers of all ages and skill levels to participate. According to Nate Sorenson,
Color Vibe Race Director, “The Color Vibe 5k is full of inspirational stories of runners and non-runners alike coming
together to share a life experience, accomplish fitness goals, and become rainbow junkies. We do not time our 5k fun
runs so every participant can take their time getting colored.” Children 7 and under can participate for free.

A portion of the proceeds are donated to support the Stone Mountain Village Visitors Center. Sorenson states, “We
receive so much support and enjoyment from the communities we travel to that it’s a real joy for us to be able to give
back to those that need the help.” More information can be found at

To make this event unique, the Color Vibe uses a cornstarch based colored powder to tie-dye participants. The colored
powder is made in the USA and made from food grade quality cornstarch using an advanced manufacturing process that’s
been custom developed for the Color Vibe Race Series. It’s non-toxic, 100% safe, and biodegradable. It also washes out
easily from skin and hair.

For more information on the Color Vibe event and registration, go to the company’s website: or
send an email to [email protected].

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