DATE: Saturday, March 1, 2014 8:30 a.m.
LOCATION: Greenville Country Club at Brook Valley, 311 Oxford Road, Greenville, NC
Registration Fees: $20 for the 5 Mile before February 27, 2014 and $25 after and on race day. $15 for the 1 Mile before February 27, 2013 and $20 after. Registration fees for all spouses and children of Soldiers who have been killed in action are waived but runners must still register. Entry fee includes unique, quality t-shirts guaranteed to the first 200 registered runners.
Pre-Registration: Register online using the navigation bar link on the right or by mail (mail entries must be post-marked before February 27th) by filling out the registration form available on this site and mailing or delivering to ECU Army ROTC, 204 Christenbury, Greenville, NC 27858, Attention - Patriot Run. Make checks payable to: ECU Army Cadet Association. Registration forms are also available by request from the ECU Army ROTC program.
Race Day Registration and Packet Pickup: Greenville Country Club at Brook Valley clubhouse starting at 7:00 a.m..
5 Mile Age Groups: 15 and Under, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, and 70-99.
Awards, 5 Mile: Medals for the top 3 Males and Females overall, top 3 Male & Female Masters (40 and over), and the top 3 Males and Females in each age group.
Awards, 1 Mile: Medals to the top 3 Males and Females overall (15 and under). All finishers will receive their time and placing.
Awards Ceremony: The Awards Ceremony will begin shortly after the last runners finish, at about 10:00 a.m.
In Honor Of . . .: Go to the "In Honor Of . . . " tab (above right) for information on how to recognize and run this race in honor of someone who has been wounded or killed in action.
Team Challenge: Go to the "Team Challenge" tab (above right) for information on how to enter a team into one of the team challenge categories.
Contact Us: For more information, please call or e-mail the ECU Army ROTC Pirate Battalion at 252-328-6225 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All proceeds this year will be split between the Ft. Bragg's Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) and the Eastern North Carolina Region American Red Cross. The SOS helps to ensure that the surviving wives, husbands, parents, and children who are left behind when their loved one is killed in action are not forgotten. The mission of Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces is to provide humanitarian support to service members, veterans and their families around the clock, around the globe, under a trusted symbol.