Welcome to MRP’s 8th annual March Madness Challenge! The Challenge is a fun way to raise awareness for our March for Kindness initiative and to engage with the MRP community. Have fun, win prizes, do good!
New This Year
Let’s raise awareness and support for women’s sports! For the first time MRP’s March Madness Challenge will feature the Women’s Basketball NCAA Championship Tournament.
How to Enter
Enter your bracket at RunYourPool.com. Follow the instructions at the link.
Don’t know anything about brackets but want to have fun with the MRP team? Questions on setting up your bracket? Send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. Multiple entries per participant are accepted and encouraged! Support MRP by forwarding this Challenge to any friends that you think may be interested.
All brackets must be submitted before the first round of the Tournament starts on Friday, March 18th.
The top 3 and last place bracket all receive prize packages from MRP and our March Madness Sponsors.
Champion | MRP backpack & t-shirt, Dirt Nap Dip sampler pack, baldorf game set.
Runner Up | MRP t-shirt, Dirt Nap Dip sampler pack, baldorf game set.
3rd Place | Dirt Nap Dip sampler pack, baldorf game set.
Last Place | It’s a surprise!
- 2014 | Bob Hitchcock (Lander, WY)
- 2015 | Paeter Schmidt (Lincoln, NE)
- 2016 | Dan King (Durango, CO)
- 2017 | Adam Rhoads (Lincoln, NE)
- 2018 | Willa DiCostanzo (Eagle, NE)
- 2019 | No Footprint Too Small (Lincoln, NE)
- 2021 | Cale Rhoads (Lincoln, NE)
Learn more about March For Kindness.
MRP’s March Madness Challenge helps us promote our March for Kindness initiative, which encourages kindness toward others and to recognize good deeds in the Lincoln community. Every March Mystic Rhoads Productions recognizes a group or individual who has shown exceptional kindness toward the Lincoln community. A $500 charitable contribution is given to the organization or to a charity of the individual’s choice. In addition, the Hulda Roper Citizenship Award is given annually to a Roper Elementary School student who shows a commitment to kindness and good deeds in the Lincoln Community. The student is chosen by school staff.