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This profile was last updated on 7/21/13  and contains information from public web pages.

Editor-in-Chief

Email: a***@***.com
Company Description: Pink Egg Media is a forward thinking design and marketing company. We are results driven - focusing on our client's business goals.
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Ana Pines - Editor-in-Chief
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I'm excited to work with Pride again this year" said Pink Egg Media co-founder Ana Pines.
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Ana Pines - Outstanding Business Woman •
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Ana Pines - Outstanding Female Personality •
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The first stop was a briefing of the situation, a soldier told the group about the outbreak and then led us forward. Zombies came at us almost immediately forcing everyone to go back and head up the stairs. We ran through broken gates and saw missing person signs everywhere. It was pure chaos.
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The first obstacle was crawling underneath a chain-link fence with zombies trying to grab you from above, limbs and disemboweled bodies scattered all over the floor. We had to crawl past another zombie that was blocking the barricade to get out.
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We went up the escalator, past the hallways and encountered zombies in cages. We had to slide against the wall because they were so close and were trying to reach out to grab us. We crawled under another set of barricades and ran past Hospital Hell. We navigated through Undead Doctors and destroyed equipment without a single safe spot to catch our breath.
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Once we survived that infected area, one of the guards asked everyone to stand against the wall to avoid fainting from fatigue. After catching our breath we proceeded around the corner, we had to climb up 3 wire crawls and 3 wooden overs. With the undead trying to grab us every time we climbed down, there was no time to stop. The long run down the ramps was inundated with zombies blocking our every move.
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We ended up outside the stadium where we had to climb up and down 2 obstacles. Once we made it through we had to climb over more barricades and go through two cargo containers. Then up the stairs we went. We were able to take a moment to chill out as the undead are unable to follow you up.
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At the top of the stairs, we were unsure where to go because the only entrance forward seemed to be blocked by six walkers. We made it through by distracting them towards one side and running past them on the other.
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We had to work as a team to go through the next hallway because it was such a tiny space (the width would be comparable to three people, shoulder to shoulder) and there were walkers everywhere. We were unsure we'd make it through.
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Ana tested clean and was able to get out of the tent. When it was my turn, I was told to go into another tent. The doctor said that since the test result showed that I was infected, there's no other choice. She took out a handgun and shot me in the head…execution style!
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The whole course took us about half an hour, including the waiting. If you're a fan of The Walking Dead, this adventure is not to be missed. Even if you're not, going through these obstacles provides an adrenaline rush!
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