Woody’s Automotive Group of Chillicothe will host its second annual Men’s Stiletto Sprint fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen Foundation Race for the Cure on Friday, Oct. 2. The race will be held at Woody’s and will take place at 8:15 a.m. Check in is at 8 a.m. Men participating are to wear stilettos and compete in a short dash in the Woody's parking lot. Those participating are also asked to collect at least $20 in pledges; however, the goal is to get as many as possible. Those who donate at least $10 will receive a complimentary group picture of the racers. Metals will be given out to the top finishers in the race. A trophy will be given to the racer with the most pledges, the racer with the most creative attire and a Best Cat Walk trophy will also be handed out. If interested in participating, obtain high heel shoes, collect pledges, e-Mail Sally Stefancik at sally@wowwoodys.com to verify participation, and turn in all forms and pledges to Woody's Automotive Group by Thursday, Oct. 1. Woody's also encourages participants to dress the part, meaning wear your pink or come dressed as a woman. Fifteen men competed last year and many of them arrived in dresses, wigs, etc. The participants last year helped raise almost $2,000 for the Susan G. Komen breast cancer awareness fund. Among these men were Brent Kline, Jason Bone, Eric Sensenich, Dave Keller, Mitchell Cooper and many more. Stefancik said a many have already confirmed their participation this year. These men include: Daniel Savage, Adam Crouch, Jeremy Clevenger, Trent Miller, Matt Jones, Eric Sensenich and many Woody's men. Local cancer survivor, Michelle Sewell, will be the guest speaker and Miss Missouri will be there to hand out trophies.