The Graffiti Run is the self-proclaimed “most colorful day of your life.”  Recently, they brought their colorful madness to Campbell Field in Camden, New Jersey.  Campbell Field, just across the river from Philadelphia, is the home of the Camden Riversharks, a minor league baseball team.

Roll Off Dumpster Direct made a dumpster delivery for the race.  On the day of the event, Campbell field was transformed into a massive 3.1 mile course of colored powder and paint.

People of all ages are invited to participate in the “run,” whether they actually run or choose to walk, crawl, or skip.  Participants get dressed up in a lot of old white clothing and take before-and-after photos to show the amount of damage done.

Fun was had by all, and at the end of the day, Roll Off Dumpster Direct was there to help clean up.   Check out the Graffiti Run’s website for upcoming runs in your area.

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