Calling all first-time and ever-improving race directors – here’s a complete guide on how to organize a 5K. You’ll learn from the Boston Marathon’s race director, the Chief Running Officer from Runner’s World, and some of the folks at Active.com. Download the free article to turn your big idea into a reality – you’re ready.
The article is broken into the sections you see below (o-r-g-a-n-i-z-e). First, learn how to make sure the race doesn’t lose money. Then, get on the same page with city officials, get some sponsors on board, send a few tweets and you’re on your way to race day success. But don’t stop there! You’ll end by picking up a few pointers for your second annual 5K and beyond. It’s all there, explained by the best race directors.
- Open with the details, budget and goals
- Receive your permits
- Get the word out
- Add sponsors
- Nail the registration process
- Initiate race day management
- Zero in on what worked & what didn't
- Engage for next year's race
Start looking at a 5K from a different side of the start line.download the free article now