Nashville International Airport announced plans to host BNA 5K on the Runway, inviting runners and walkers to complete a race on an airport runway.
Registration is underway for the April 18th event. Organizers say the 5K will benefit Monroe Harding foster care services and Safe Haven Family Shelter.
The sell-out race last year raised $82,000 for K9s for Warriors, a nonprofit that provides service canines at no cost o veterans suffering trauma.
If you live in Bowling Green and need a ride to Nashville, a Bowling Green to Nashville rideshare service should make your life easier. No need to worry about finding a parking spot or even paying for the parking. Aber’s driver can drop you off at the airport and even pick you up after the Runway.
“What a great way to have fun while generating funds for important community organizations,” said Doug Kreulen, president and CEO of BNA. “It’s also a chance for BNA to provide participants a hands-on airport experience and you won’t find a flatter course in town! We invite you to bring your family, your friends and even your dog.”
BNA 5K on the Runway is limited to 2,000 participants.
PACKET PICKUP INFORMATION:
DATE: Thursday, April 16: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday, April 17: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
LOCATION: Gassaway Building
(Near Nashville International Airport)
612 Knapp Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37217
*All participants will receive a commemorative t-shirt (unisex) and a medal! Shirt sizes are only guaranteed for participants that come to Packet Pick Up.
*Registrations are limited to 2,000 participants. Make sure to sign up today to ensure your spot!
*You must register at least one month in advance if you would like the name of your team to be included on your bib. Anyone that registers a team after March 18 will not have the team name printed on their bibs.
Nick Trahair, CLM,CHA serves as General Manager of the GrandStay Hotel & Suites of Traverse City, MI.
Prior to joining the staff at the GrandStay, he served as the Regional Operations Manager for a large hospitality management company based in the Midwest and also has worked in the food and beverage management field.