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4/27/08 10:58 P

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Your best bet is to start with a race coordinator. Your local running store(s) can steer you in the right direction. That's what I did when I recently gathered some information for a charity who is considering hosting a 5K (I did not find much info on the Internet).


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4/27/08 10:32 P

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We are wanting to begin a run in our area, as a fund raiser for a Nursing scholarship in honor of my sister. The hospital is one of many companies and organizations who have offered to sponsor this run. We are planning it for next year but can someone tell me where I can get information on how to get this up and running? (pun intended) lol
I appreciate any help. This will be the first run for our city. I'm also excited about that.

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