[1:45] Who is Karen?
[3:05] Who is Krista?
[4:05] How did the ladies find out about the Cupid Undie Run race?
[6:40] Just like Karen’s son, Krista was born with neurofibromatosis.
[7:25] What is neurofibromatosis?
[9:20] Are people really running in their underwear in February?
[11:30] 350 people came out to run during the first year of the Cupid Undie Run race in Austin.
[13:25] Around 650 people came to the 2016 race.
[14:35] Karen talks about the fun prizes you can earn from fundraising.
[19:35] There are three classification levels to this disease. Karen explains further.
[21:05] There are currently 25 clinical trials for this disease.
[21:35] This disease affects 1 in 3,000 people.
[28:05] Despite the name of the race, it really isn’t that risque. They keep it PG-13, tops.
[28:55] If running isn’t your thing, there are still a million ways you can help out!
[32:10] Jay isn’t sure how his children will react to participating in this race.
[32:50] The event is on Feb 11th. The run itself is at 2pm, and they wrap it up at 4pm.
[33:25] When Karen and Krista think about the future of Austin, what excites them?
[36:15] What place do Karen and Krista take out-of-town folks to?
[37:30] What’s Karen and Krista’s favorite taco spot?
Torchy’s Tacos | The Democrat & The Trailer Park
Mentioned in this Episode:
Cupid’s Undie Run on February 11, 2017 – “no thongs, no pasties, no nudity”
Chez Zee restaurant
What is neurofibromatosis?