Ashland University XC Coaches are Finalists on NBC-Need you vote, by Matt McGowan

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Okay, runblogrun geeks, help us out here! Leigh Daniels and Nick Cordes have a good chance of having their wedding paid for by NBC, you just need to vote for them again by June 26! We got them to the finals, now it is time for the big stuff! Read Matt McGowan's missive on the NBC show!

Ashland University Cross Country Coaches are Finalist on NBC – Need Your Vote!!

Ashland University cross country coaches Leigh Daniel and Nick Cordes are now Finalists on the Today Show - Throws a Wedding. They have been chosen among thousands of applicants to compete for the wedding of their dreams on "The Today Show" on NBC. They have survived two rounds and are now one of two couples battling for this prize. The Bride's dress, Bridesmaids' dresses, Tux, rings, and dream destination honeymoon will be chosen by America and the check is picked up by the show in New York!

Here is where I need your help! This is the "American Idol" of wedding contests. The outcome totally depends on America's votes online.

Please pass this on to friends and family willing to help Nick and Leigh win!

The final voting is underway and will continue thru Friday, June 26.

Vote here for Nick and Leigh: http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/30370935

You can only vote 1 time via internet.

You can vote again and text the number "4" to 46833

Hopefully, you will pass this on to your friends…..

Vote here for Nick and Leigh: http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/30370935

Runner’s Note:

Leigh is a former NCAA Division I Track and Field Champion in the outdoor 10,000 meters and indoor 5,000 meters at Texas Tech and was a member of the RUNOHIO team, which won the USATF Club Cross Country National Championships in 2007.

Nick was an All American at Ashland University and competed in the 2008 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials.

Info courtesy of Matt McGowan, publisher of Runohio and http://www.RUNOHIO.com

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