UPDATE: The orginal date of the event was in January, but it has been postponed to February 19
Town Center at Cobb issued the following press release about the Frozen 5k and the Snowflake 1K:
Town Center at Cobb is kicking off 2022 with the Frozen 5K and Snowflake 1K. The races, both available virtual and in-person, will begin at 8 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. on Saturday, Feb 19 and will be followed with an award ceremony with accolades for the best overall male and female; master overall male and female; and top three males/females in five age group categories, from 14 and under to 70 and older. Participants are encouraged to dress as their favorite fairy tale character for a chance to win amazing prizes!
There is a strict 400-person limit for the in-person 5K. All finishers in both the 5K and 1K will receive a shirt and medal, and virtual participants will be able to submit their race times from January 16 and January 23. Instructions on submitting virtual run times can be found here.Advertisement
WHAT: Town Center at Cobb Frozen 5K and Snowflake 1K
WHEN: Saturday, Feb 19, 2022
WHERE: Town Center at Cobb
400 Ernest Barrett Pkwy
Kennesaw, GA 30144
HOW: Pre-registration is encouraged. Visit bit.ly/TCCFrozen5K to register or for more information.
For more information, please visit towncenteratcobb.com. Connect with Town Center at Cobb on Facebook and Instagram.
About Town Center at Cobb
Town Center originated as the result of the completion of I-75 in 1977 and part of I-575 later, which brought both residential and commercial development to the northwest part of Cobb County.
It was built on the site of the old Roberts Farm. Wayne Shackleford, the project manager for the construction of the mall later headed the Georgia Department of Transportation in the 1990s.
The mall opened in 1986 and was the second enclosed mall built outside the I-285 perimeter at the time of its opening.
Recent promotional materials for Town Center at Cobb describe it as follows:
Town Center at Cobb is Northwest Georgia’s largest shopping destination, featuring approximately 150 stores including Macy’s, JCPenney, Macy’s Men’s & Furniture Gallery and Belk. The mall is also home to a variety of specialty brands, such as fashion-forward shops, including H&M, Sephora, American Eagle, Victoria’s Secret and PANDORA. The mall offers 15 delicious dining options, including full-scale restaurant, I Luv Pho. Town Center at Cobb brings shoppers and guests together with family-focused, community-centric events and entertainment. For a map and store listings, as well as directions, events and job listings, visit towncenteratcobb.com or call 770.424.9486. Connect with Town Center at Cobb on Facebook and Instagram.