Barberitos owner Andy Osbolt, and several of his staff members are not only the title sponsor of the Winged Deer Triathlon, but participants as well.
“Barberitos is excited to bring this event to Johnson City,” said Osbolt. “It’s the perfect first triathlon for beginners and we’re hoping for a large turnout.”
The Winged Deer Triathlon will take place on Labor Day, Monday, September 6, starting at 8:00 am at Winged Deer Park. In its first year, this sprint distance triathlon features a swim course of 400 meters, a 10-mile bike course, and a two-mile run course.
Registration packets are available at Barberitos, 3135 People’s Street, during “Packet Pick-Up” Sunday, September 5 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Late registration will be offered if spaces are available. Early registration is $50 for individuals and $65 for a relay team and includes a t-shirt.
A pre-race meeting will be help at Meredith Pavilion and the start will be at the boat ramp at 8:00 am.
Barberitos is a quick service restaurant offering fresh, Tex-Mex cuisine including a variety of burritos, tacos, salads, quesadillas, and nachos made to order. Barberitos provides full-service catering ranging from burrito boxed lunches to taco, salad, nacho, or fajita bar that can be customized to serve a few to several hundred people.
Barberitos has 22 restaurant franchise locations in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Tennessee. The Johnson City restaurant is owned Andy Osbolt.
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