Racing for victory on Independence Day

June 12, 2013 by  

The Run Crime out of Roseville 5K is an exciting race that is sure to prove challenging to all who enter.

Held in the middle of Roseville, the athletic event is likely to draw a huge crowd. Businesses wishing to advertise would do well to collaborate with brochure printers, stationery printers and other print companies to circulate advertising. Such tactics will yield increased visibility with minimal effort, proving immensely profitable for businesses who take advantage of the event.

At the run, all participants are racing against Police Chief Hahn. He has a superb physical fitness level and challenges every participant to surpass him by clocking a faster time. It is very much all about bragging rights for those few who race against Hahn and come out ahead. The winner will shake the Chief’s hand and have photos taken with him.

Following the event, participants are encouraged to stay for games, a parade, and fireworks, all at the park.

To enter the Run Crime out of Roseville 5K, adults pay $25, children pay $20, and families of four to five get in for a discounted price of $80. For teams of 10, the race entry fee is $200. It is worth moving, however, because prices increase after June 16.

On race day, July 4, participants must be ready to race by 7:45 am, so they shouldshow up early to avoid crowds. Royer Park, located at 190 Park Drive, will host the Run Crime out of Roseville 5K.