Conroe set for a perfect 10 later this year

July 6, 2013 by  

The Texas 10 Series has been confirmed to be taking place in Conroe this December.

The event is part of a new running race series booked in several cities throughout Texas. The group athletes will have opportunities to earn cash and experience a lot of fun along the way.

Three segments will be offered, including a 10-mile and a five-mile race along with a one-mile kids’ run – all of which will support local charities. This year, the race management will be offering a new part of the program, the Reason2Race in support of the West Texas Disaster Relief Efforts Fund. The event was designed to benefit the victims of the fertilizer explosion that took place this year in the region through donations and sponsorships.

Those race participants interested in participating in the Reason2Race program are encouraged to set up a Reason2Race page, share the story and the goals for the race, and request sponsorships.

There is no cost for participation in the program and no minimum requirements for fundraising, although racers are encouraged to set a goal of raising at least $1,000. Donations may be made either online or offline with donations via cash or check. Recording documents will be provided through the fundraising page.

Local printing companies frequently work with race event coordinators in providing banner printing services. Banners are used throughout the courses to guide runners in the correct directions, and are also typically used at the beginning marks of the race, the finish line and within the course.

More information on the December 7 can be found on the event website.