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I am hoping to have a booth and participate at the Expo on Friday, as I’ll be traveling from the Military Bowl Kickoff event the night before in Annapolis MD. Hopefully I can get a booth and sign copies of Freedom Run for those that stop by!
Pick up your shirt and race number and see the latest sports equipment, clinics, lectures, and more! This is your chance to get the latest running apparel and talk with the people that know running.
3001A N. Boulevard
Richmond, Virginia 23230
2013 Expo Hours:
Thursday, November 14: 5 – 9 pm
Friday, November 15: 11 am – 9 pm
Can?t make it to the expo to pick up your packet? We now offer the option of paying to have your bib number and shirt mailed to you! The cost is $25 per person and the deadline to take advantage of this option is September 30, 2013. This option is only available when you register online.
The Arthur Ashe Center has 2,000 FREE parking spaces located in the surface lot outside the building. For a map of the area around the Ashe Center, click here.
Directions to the Arthur Ashe Center are as follows:
Participants staying in downtown hotels may wish to take advantage of the free shuttle service to the Expo/packet pick-up. The shuttles will run from the atrium entrance of the Omni Richmond Hotel on Cary Street near 12th Street. Three 55-person shuttle buses will run on a continuous loop between the Omni and the Arthur Ashe Center during Expo hours, leaving each location every 20 minutes. The last shuttle will depart from the Omni at 8:40 p.m. each day with the final return service leaving the Expo right after closing time.
At the young age of 39, I took on the greatest challenge of my life, an effort that pushed me both mentally and physically like I had never been challenged before. I completed a 3452 mile 100 day run across America, capped off with a 100 mile finish from Annapolis MD to Rehoboth Beach DE in under 24 hours, all to raise awareness and money in support of the men and women I consider my heroes, those that have worn and now wear the US Military’s uniform.
My book, “Freedom Run”, was released in April of 2013, detailing my journey to honor those who have bravely served, and describes the life-changing events of my run across America. MORE>
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