2012 Kaiser Permanente Pasadena Marathon  marathon half marathon 10K 5k bike tour
UNTIL RACEDAY 78 Days Register now!

Most would agree that participating in an endurance event as a vehicle for supporting philanthropic initiatives makes the whole experience so much more satisfying! Here's an easy way we can work together to benefit your favorite charity:

If your nonprofit organization registers a team of 10 or more participants, we will donate 15% of your team's total registration fees to your nonprofit organization. Read on for details about this great opportunity:
  • With 10 or more people registered under your team name representing a nonprofit organization, the Pasadena Marathon will donate 15% of your team’s total registration fees to your nonprofit organization.  We'll also place your team logo and link on our website through May 2012. Please note that a copy of the organization’s IRS Letter of Determination will be required as proof of nonprofit status.  Contributions will be calculated after Race Day, and checks will be issued to nonprofit organizations 60-90 days following the event. 
  • With 25 or more people registered under your team name, a tent will be provided at the Finish Line Festival on Race Day for your team.
  • The top three “Most Populated” teams (teams with the greatest number of registered participants) will be featured in the 2012 Pasadena Marathon Official Program.  Please note that in order for us to meet publication deadlines, the cutoff date for teams vying for this title is April 2, 2011.
How do we get our team registered? Once you and a few others decide to go for it, the Team Captain (who is either your group’s natural-born leader or most gullible member), will establish your team when initiating his or her own online registration.  Here’s how:

Register today, then get out there and have fun with your team! 

 

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