MR8K; A Run for Gratitude
The Martin Richard Foundation, in partnership with the Boston Bruins Foundation, is proud to announce the second annual MR8K to be held on Labor Day - Monday, September 2, 2019.
Registration is $45, with proceeds benefiting the Martin Richard Foundation.
Each registrant will receive a race t-shirt as part of the registration fee.
The event is open to both runners, walkers, and para-athletes of all abilities, as well as families with small children.
Do you want to make an impact and a difference in the lives of young people by dedicating your MR8K to something more?
Have you wanted to be a part of Team MR8 but running a marathon isn't your thing?
Do you wish you had a bright yellow Team MR8 singlet to race in?
Now is your chance to join Team MR8 as part of the 2019 MR8K team!
When you agree to raise a minimum of $300, you will receive FREE entry into this year's race as well as a limited edition 2019 MR8K Team MR8 race shirt!
Not only that, you will also join a team of hundreds of runners who have #RunWithUs across the country and around the world.
As a member of Team MR8 you will #RunForMore as you dedicate your miles run to advancing sportsmanship, inclusion, kindness, and peace.
Plus, there are even more perks along the way!
Every $8 Raised
An entry to win an assortment of Team MR8 Swag
Every $80 Raised
An entry to win a piece of Boston Bruins signed memorabilia
An entry to win two (2) Boston Bruins tickets for the 2020 season
Receive the coveted yellow Team MR8 race singlet On top of that, the top team fundraiser will receive special recognition on the day of the race as well as an exclusive Boston Bruins experience!
September 2 8:00 AM EDT - Opening Ceremonies
September 2 9:00 AM EDT - 8K Start
September 2 10:00 AM EDT - Kids Race
September 2 10:00 AM EDT - Post-Race Celebration
Warrior Ice Arena, Guest Street, Boston, MA, 02135 map
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