How do you recap a event like the 100th Zazzle Bay to Breakers? What words express the uniqueness, creativity, and shear awesomeness of this San Francisco tradition? Maybe I should just make a few up…. While I think about that for a much longer post (ZOMG Week/The Greater Body Expo/Zazzle Bay to Breakers/Zazzle Footstock), I thought I’d share some quick thoughts and pictures from today. Video, audio, and more pictures to come soon.
Fear of rain may have kept a few people away from the race. But it was a perfect day for a wild and wacky footrace and the SF crowds were out in full force.
The Race/The People
San Francisco once again proved itself to be a fun, friendly, creative, and happy place with the 100th. Look at all those people and costumes. Special thanks to the “People Wash,” for helping keep this blogger fresh and clean. So awesome.
Potty Hero Power!
Zazzle passed out thousands of Potty Hero wristbands to racers and revelers to encourage the use of port-o-potties on race day instead of…something else. Thanks to all the heroes out there that helped to keep the race as clean, as it was fun.
After the Race at Zazzle Footstock
Zazzle Footstock was the after race stop for great music (Geographer killed it), official Zazzle Bay to Breaker merchandise, and the Zazzle Costume Contest. Congrats to Techno Man and the Royal Wedding for their costume wins. Also, nobody could forget the Zazzle T-Shirt Cannon. Did you get blasted by the Zazzle Cannon?
How many times did I use awesome in the post? I’ll probably use it many more times tomorrow. Thank you San Francisco for joining Zazzle in 100 years of celebration! What’s your 2011 Zazzle Bay to Breakers story? Share it in the comments!