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Bill Bottino Mud Run 2017

Saturday, September 16, 2017
Cumberland County Fairgrounds 3001 Carmel Road MillvilleNJ  08332
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Cumberland County Fairgrounds 3001 Carmel Road MillvilleNJ  08332
The Adult Mud Run Ages 10 up (Includes Event Shirt & BBQ) - Individual or Team Member (Adult Ages 10 yrs old & older).
$69.00
Kids Mud Run (Ages 5 thru 9, includes Event Shirt & BBQ) - Individual or Team Member Kids Mud Run
$29.00
BBQ only - Individuals Ages 10 and older, Younger children eat FREE
$15.00
Volunteer (Includes BBQ & Event Shirt) - General Volunteer (on Event Day)
$0.00
Volunteer (Includes BBQ & Event Shirt) - Registration (on Event Day)
$0.00
Volunteer (Includes BBQ & Event Shirt) - Course Marshal Adult Run(on Event Day)
$0.00
Volunteer (Includes BBQ & Event Shirt) - Course Marshal Kids Run (on event day)
$0.00
Volunteer (Includes BBQ & Event Shirt) - Clean-Up (Sunday September 17)
$0.00
Tailgate Zone ( Only 1 pass per vehicle needed ) - 1 Pass Per Vehicle
$20.00

About This Activity

 

Kick the Mud out of Cancer!

 

* 4 Exciting Miles of Muddy-Mayhem Challenges!

 

* Many Cool and Unique Obstacles for all Abilities!

 

* Individual and Team Categories

 

* Tasty BBQ!

 

* Kids Mud Run

 

* Fabulous Event T-Shirt

 

*Charity Mud Run to Kick Cancer!

 

 

 

What can you expect?

 

Gates open at 8:00 AM

Registration and packet pickup will start at 8:30 AM

Opening Ceremonies at 9:30 AM

Kids Mud Run starts at 10:00 AM

The Adult Mud Run starting line coral process:  

The first coral will open at 10:45 AM and the first 200 participants will be allowed in. This coral will start the run at 11:00 AM. The next coral will accept the next 200 participants and they will start the run approximately 20 minutes later. The race director will continue to launch corals every 20 minutes or as soon as the course is ready to accept additional runners. It is important to remember, if you want to start early, arrive early. If you want to run as a group be sure to have your entire group in the same coral. You will have plenty of time to enjoy the course.  Your safety is our primary concern and you may experience a delay if the course becomes overcrowded or unsafe.

 

 

 

BBQ opens at NOON

We suggest that you have your BBQ meal after you run.  

 

 

 

Transfers and Refunds: The Bill Bottino Mud Run does not allow participant refunds or transfers at any time for any reason. If you are unable to participate your registration will be converted into a donation to fight cancer.

 

 

 

Bill Bottino Mud Run Volunteers

 

The success of the Bill Bottino Mud Run for Cancer depends on the dedication and enthusiasm of our volunteers. Whether you are interested in helping behind the scenes, assisting with participants registration, marshaling them through the course, or helping with one of the many other things needed, we have a volunteer position for you!

 


To enhance your experience as a volunteer we have developed volunteer categories with brief descriptions of the duties, responsibilities, benefits and length of service needed.

 

As a volunteer, you:
* Receive a cool Event Staff T-Shirt
* Get to enjoy the BBQ free (a $15 value)
* Join your favorite team (help your team win the largest team competition)
* Become a fundraiser (earn cool fundraising incentives)
* Receive a Certificate of Appreciation (suitable for framing)

 

Volunteer Categories
1. General Volunteer (on Event Day)
As a General Volunteer our coordinators will position you as needed, where necessary. This includes any of the event day categories plus locations not listed. Time needed varies from 2 to 6 hours. This position may be inside or outside. A hat, sunscreen and bug spray might be a good idea. IF you are particular, okay to bring your own drink too.

 

2. Outreach Volunteer (in the months prior to Event Day)
Volunteers would need their own transportation, and be willing to drive to various events to set up an outreach table/tent. Most outreach opportunities are on a Friday, Saturday and/or Sunday. Duties at Outreach include arriving to an outreach event in a timely manner, setting up the tent and display, plus dispersing outreach materials such as postcards and promotional items. An outgoing personality is a big plus. The most successes are achieved when a team of 2 or 3 friends take the opportunity to do this together. Most events are "all day" but usually just a single day. Expect to meet with the outreach coordinator the day before the event to receive the materials required, such as the tent/banner/flags etc. Will then need a "post event" meeting to return the materials for the next event. This position qualifies for all the event day benefits. This position may be inside or outside. A hat, sunscreen and bug spray might be a good idea.

 

3. Event Set-up (in the days and weeks prior to Event Day)
These positions may include marking out the course, hanging signs, stuffing envelopes, assembling obstacles or setting up tables and chairs. Days and time needed varies based on task. This position qualifies for all the event day benefits. This position may be inside or outside. A hat, sunscreen and bug spray might be a good idea.

 

4. Registration (on Event Day)
In this position volunteers will staff the participant check-in, packet pick-up, dispense T-Shirts and assist with same day registration. Some positions will handle cash, check and credit card transactions, so if you have cashier or bank teller skills please tell us in the comments section. Most of these positions are indoors. Time needed 4-5 hours.

 

5. On Course Marshal (on Event Day)
These volunteers will assist the participants on the course. Duties include directional help, managing participant flow to insure optimum safety, rest stop attendant (dispense water). Skills that may be helpful, keen observation, good communication and ability to use hand-held two-way radios. This position will require an instructional meeting prior to Event Day. Time needed 5-6 hours the day of the event. This position is outside. A hat, sunscreen and bug spray might be a good idea.

 

6. BBQ (on Event Day)
This position includes cooks, servers, food runners and attendants. You may be on your feet for a while. This position qualifies for all the event day benefits. This position may be inside or outside. A hat, sunscreen and bug spray might be a good idea.

 

 

 

7. Obstacle Construction (in the days and weeks prior to Event Day)
If you are handy, have building trade skills and want to build challenging, creative, safe and sturdy obstacles then this spot is for you. From creation and design to construction and completion we need your help. With the guidance of our race director, you can form a team of 1 to 20 to aide in this task. Time needed varies by task. This position qualifies for all the event day benefits. This position may be inside or outside. A hat, sunscreen and bug spray might be a good idea.

 

8. Clean-Up (Sunday September 17)
Perhaps a Mimosa or a Bloody Mary would be a good start, then take down the signage, collect the materials, disassemble obstacles and pack up the stuff. Time needed is about 4 hours. This position qualifies for all the event day benefits. This position may be inside or outside. A hat, sunscreen and bug spray might be a good idea.

 

 

Event details and schedule

September 16th, 2017

 

What can you expect?

 

 

Gates open at 8:00 AM

Registration and packet pickup will start at 8:30 AM

 

Opening Ceremonies begin at 9:30 AM

 

Kids Mud Run starts at 10:00 AM

 

The Adult Mud Run starting line coral process:  

The first coral will open at 10:45 AM and the first 200 participants will be allowed in. This coral will start the run at 11:00 AM. The next coral will accept the next 200 participants and they will start the run approximately 20 minutes later. The race director will continue to launch corals every 20 minutes or as soon as the course is ready to accept additional runners. It is important to remember, if you want to start early, arrive early. If you want to run as a group be sure to have your entire group in the same coral. You will have plenty of time to enjoy the course. Your safety is our primary concern and you may experience a delay if the course becomes overcrowded or unsafe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BBQ opens at NOON

We suggest that you have your BBQ meal after you run.  

 

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