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3 Reasons Why You Should Register for the Charm City Type Race

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AIGA Baltimore
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October 6, 2013

1) You don’t have to be a designer to have a great time. Bring your friends!

2) It’s good for you and the environment. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Get outside and get active, while discovering new ways to look at our surroundings.

3) PRIZES! PRIZES! PRIZES! Did we mention that we’re giving away prizes?

Join us on October 20th for a a typography scavenger hunt through Charm City.

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