Customer Salute: Split Second Timing

Rick Stern has some stories to tell. As a guy who was around when popsicle sticks were used as the race timing system, he’s seen a few things in this industry and has a lot of experience to share. His company, Split Second Timing, is celebrating its 39th year of event management and pioneered the…

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Customer Salute: Anderson Race Management

After thousands of hours logged as a volunteer and race official, Mary Anderson gathered her skills and her gear and formed Anderson Race Management. Since 1996, Mary’s been involved with more than 200 events each year, including Ragnar Relay, Autism 5K, Get Your Rear in Gear Race Series, Heartbeat 5000, and Securian Winter Run, and…

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Top 10 Tips on How to Plan a 5K

Jeremy Lowry is the owner of Race DC Timing based in Washington, DC. He’s our guest blogger this week, talking about tips on how to plan a 5K running event. These days almost every organization wants to put on a 5K. At first glance it seems pretty simple and profitable—find a course, set up online registration, people…

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Customer Salute: Boston’s Run To Remember

With decades of history in the events industry and a sweet spot for nonprofits, Steve Balfour is someone who believes that it’s all about the experience and the good cause, not the PR. Name: Steve Balfour Event: Boston’s Run to Remember Role: Event Director Find us on Facebook

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