Even though it’s still warm in most states, the holiday season is just around the corner and preparations for winter events should be getting underway now. Piggybacking off our last post, 4 Unconventional Themed Races, it’s time to zero in on the best time of all to host a themed run: The Winter Holidays!
‘Tis the Season for a Themed Run
Given the incredible turn out we’re seeing for all the Jingle Jogs and Reindeer Romps – for fun, for fitness, for charity- shouldn’t you consider adding to the season’s cheer in your town with a winter holiday-themed run?
How to Organize a Winter Holiday Run
If you’re even playing around with the idea –or you’re deep into the planning but want to make sure you’ve got all your bases covered for hosting your best run yet, you’ll want to grab our new guide: How to Organize a Winter Holiday Run.
Not a Race Director?
Nonprofits are increasingly discovering the value of charity runs to raise money for their cause. Many people will donate to causes they care about, but others are looking for that special combination of having an unusual and fun experience while helping a cause.
runDisney has some of the funnest runs around. Not only do people put a Disney Princess run on their bucket lists just for the experience, they’ve helped to raise $4.2 billion dollars for various hospitals.
You don’t need a background in race management to put on a successful holiday race. With the tips in our How to Organize a Winter Holiday Run guide and the help of user-friendly, comprehensive charity race management technology, you can hit your goals and raise both awareness and money for your good cause.