EVENT SPOTLIGHT: 2018 Jailbreak Brevard Adventure Race Set for Sept. 15 at Brevard County Jail Complex

By  //  July 9, 2018

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held to raise money for Brevard County Charities

ABOVE VIDEO: The 2018 Jailbreak Brevard Adventure Race is set for Saturday, September 15 on the grounds of the Brevard County Jail Complex on Camp Road in Cocoa.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA –  The 2018 Jailbreak Brevard Adventure Race is set for Saturday, September 15 on the grounds of the Brevard County Jail Complex on Camp Road in Cocoa.

This off the grid adventure race is like no other, covering more than three miles of muddy, wet, fun-filled obstacles – all while in hot pursuit by Brevard’s finest.

Watch out for the bloodhounds and SWAT team.  You don’t want to get detained in the holding cell.

“Walking Boss,” aka Commander Greg Purden, and Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, along with K9 Junny, says, “Ain’t nobody escaping justice this year…nobody,” during the 2018 BCSO Jailbreak Adventure Race.

While the course may be extreme, all fitness levels are welcome. Runners must be at least 12 years of age. Anyone ages 12-17 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian throughout the race.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office “Jailbreak Adventure Race” is held annually to raise money for local Brevard County charities.  So take a minute to save the date of September 15 for this incredibly fun race for worthy causes.

For information on sponsoring a team or other questions, contact Cheryl Sink at 321-264-5370 or email jailbreakbrevard@bcso.us 

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“Walking Boss,” aka Commander Greg Purden, and Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, along with K9 Junny, says, “Ain’t nobody escaping justice this year…nobody,” during the 2018 BCSO Jailbreak Adventure Race.

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