Run the East

Bunny Chase

Date & Time Saturday, March 30, 2013 @ 8:30 AM
Location Greenville, NC
Registration Register Online

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More Info James Orr
Web Site
Details Greenville's brand-new Easter run for the Whole Family!

Race Highlights:
The event features a 5K run, 1M fun run/walk, plus a kids dash and egg hunt!

All participants can join the post-race party and awards ceremony, with great prizes and refreshments.

The 5K course incorporates Greenville's scenic greenways and the 1M & Kids Dash are totally within Town Commmons.

Proceeds go to a great cause- Angels N Camo.
Technical shirts included in the 5K, optional for the 1-mile.

Registration is available online (see link above), on race day.
Early Bird Registration (ends 2/28): 5K- $20, 1M- $10, Kids Dash- $5
Standard Registration (3/1- 3/22): 5K- $25, 1M- $10, Kids Dash- $5
Late Registration (3/23- 3/30): 5K- $30, 1M- $10, Kids Dash- $5

5K Registration includes technical shirt (only guaranteed if registered by 3/22), electronic chip timing, goodie bag and post-race refreshments.

1M Registration is not officially timed, but includes goodie bag and post-race refreshments. Technical shirts available for an additional fee (during online checkout).

Kids Dash registration includes post-race refreshments, plus a basket and entrance into the kids egg hunt after the race.

The 5K route incorporates both some streets as well as Greenville's scenic greenways. For those who have run the Monster Dash 8K, this course will be similar (but shorter).

The 1M route is completely in Town Commons and is the same route used for the Monster Dash 1M.

The Kids Dash is an approximate 100 yards on the Riverwalk at Town Commons.

In the 5K, awards will be given to the top 3 M&W overall and top 3 in the following age groups: 15 & Under, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-60, 70 & Over.

All finishers of the Kids Dash will receive a basket to use during the egg hunt.

Timing & Results
Chip scoring provided by Run the East LLC. All runners must pickup and wear their assigned timing chip in order to be timed.