_ The 2020 Total Image Running 10 Mile 10 Mile Relay and 10k:
6th Annual Total Image 10 miler 10k and 10-Mile Relay takes place Saturday, May 9th. at 8:30 a.m.
WHAT DO I GET FOR REGISTERING?
SWAG - 1/4 Zip Long Sleeve Shirt for those registered by April 6, 2020.
Custom event finishers medal!
Complimentary Michelob Ultra beer to those 21+
An awesome after party with snacks for all and live music
Free finish line photos and video
Dog treats for your 4-legged friends
Beautiful course along the Manchester and Goffstown Rail Trail.
10 Mile: $45 (no youth tier or pricing)
10 Mile Relay: $75 (2 person team)
10k Adult: $35
10k Youth: $30 (17 and under)
*There is a 2.5 hour time limit for the 10-mile course.
*Each leg is 5 miles.
*Relay Exchange Area: Located on the trail, at the 5-mile mark of the 10-mile course, at Danis Park Road, Goffstown, and the Goffstown Rail Trail.
*Transportation: We do not provide transportation to and from the relay exchange area. Please make arrangements to be dropped off and picked up.
*Parking for Relay Exchange: Danis Park Road near the trail crossing.
10K course: Mile 2 / 4
10-mile course: Mile 2 / 5
ENERGY GEL STOP: Miles 4, 6, 8
DOGGIE AID STATION: Located at water stops. Trash bins for disposal of your doggie bags!
PORTA POTTIES: Location: Start/Finish line, Mile 2.5 & Mile 5 (of 10-mile course)
FIRST AID: Located at the Start/Finish line and Mile 5 (of 10-mile course)
PRE BIB PICK UP: Runner's Alley, Friday, May 8th from 5-7 pm
EVENT DAY BIB PICK UP: Opens at 7:30 a.m.
You will not want to miss this event along a beautiful, quiet course through the scenic Manchester and Goffstown Rail Trail, appealing to all runners. Please note that the rail trail cannot be closed off to the public, although signs are posted.
The 10 mile, Relay and 10K will Start & Finish at the same location. It is an out and back route, starting in the parking lot adjacent to Cotton, at 10 Arms Park. For course layout, see the map below under COURSE MAP.
CHARITY - FOR THE LOVE OF DOG
For The Love of Dog is a unique, 501(c)3 non-profit founded in 2004 by a group of like-minded Rottweiler lovers who wanted to avoid the politics of other rescues. Over the course of time (and Hurricane Katrina), the group included the very-misunderstood bully breeds on a limited basis, as well as an occasional mixed breed, and even a kitten! For the Love of Dog is funded solely on donations, adoption fees, grants, and fundraisers. The organization also receives funding through weekly BINGO events under the New Hampshire State Lottery’s Charitable Gaming Division. The group has no paid staff and all intake, adoption, fundraising, fostering, and administrative tasks are done by volunteers.
For the Love of Dog - Rottweiler Rescue of New Hampshire is a New Hampshire corporation and a registered charity in New Hampshire operating under the federal tax exempt status of 501c3. The organization is also a licensed animal shelter in the state of New Hampshire, a good-standing member of the Mayor's Alliance of New York City, the Animal Rescue Network of New England, and a Code of Ethics Rottweiler Rescue organization. For your records out EIN# is 06-1761256
To sponsor this event or get more information, please contact Lisa Misiaszek. [email protected]
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