Run to Work Day 2013!

What are you doing on Friday, April 26th?  Hopefully running to or from work along with thousands of people around the globe!

The fantastic folks over at Run to Work Day are promoting this year’s global day of run commuting by asking those that participate to donate the money they would have spent on vehicle/transit travel to a wonderful organization that works with children facing adversity – Right to Play.

You can register (free) for the event through the link on their homepage and by doing so, you’ll become eligible for rewards and incentives (RunRelay magazine digital download).  You will even be able to upload/register your miles and/or route through the site, so that a worldwide total can be calculated.

From the site:

Unlike other running events there is no fixed or minimum distance to cover. You can pick your own route, distance and time of day plus decide if you want to run solo or with a colleague. If you have a long work commute perhaps you could plan to run just part of your travel distance by committing to get off the bus, train or underground a stop or two earlier than usual.

RUN TO WORK DAY in not just an opportunity for runners around the world to ‘run for good’ it is also a chance for employers to encourage colleagues to create a healthy and active workplace. Further, we anticipate that many firms will agree to match-fund their employees’ charitable donations.

Here are some promotional flyers to print out and hang at your office or local running store/club:

If you need any tips on running to work, be sure to check out our FAQ’s.

We hope to see you out there!

About the Author:

Josh
Editor-in-Chief of The Run Commuter by night, paralegal by day. Father of three boys. Husband to the world's greatest bicycle advocate. Avid runner. Lover of beer and urban gardening. Can be found running with a backpack around the streets of Atlanta, Georgia. Contact Josh at info@theruncommuter.com

3 Comments

  1. Gike April 16, 2013 at 10:36 am - Reply

    This is enough incentive to lace up. Sorry, bicycle, you’re staying home that day

  2. Matt Snage April 16, 2013 at 12:55 pm - Reply

    I registered. Looking forward to it!!!

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