Battle of the Blues 5K Fundraiser

Saturday, November 12, 2016

CM Herndon Park, 511 Scott King Road Durham, NC

This event wouldn't be possible without the help of our sponsors!

Super Hero Level Sponsor

Super Hero Level Sponsors, making donations of $500 or more, will get their logo on the event t-shirts, announcements and flyers. Sponsors are welcome to provide items, information or give aways (coupons, gift certificates) for the Racer Packets.

$500

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Hero Level Sponsor

Hero Level Sponsors, making donations of $250 or more, will get their logo on announcements and flyers. Sponsors are welcome to provide items, information or give aways (coupons, gift certificates) for the Racer Packets.

$250

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Champion Level Sponsor

Hero Level Sponsors, making donations of $100 or more are welcome to provide items, information or give aways (coupons, gift certificates) for the Racer Packets.

$100

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Face Painter

We would like to offer free face painting to all who attend. Sponsor may add their business cards or other other information to racer packets.

$0

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Food Truck

A great event must include food so we are inviting local food trucks to participate! Email battleoftheblues5k@gmail.com to provide company information to racer packets.

$0

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Photographer

Sponsor may add their business cards or other other information to racer packets.

$0

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Water Station Tables - Two Locations

We have two opportunities to provide a water table for our runners - at the half-way point for the 5K and at the start/finish line for runners and walkers. This is a great opportunity to display your company's name at the event. Sponsor may also add information, coupon or gift certificates in the racer packets.

$0

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Current Sponsors

Tasu
Kid to Kid Southpoint
Bella Trio Day Spa & Salon
Fleet Feet Sports
Hendrick GM Southpoint
Rise Biscuits and Donuts
Bull City Running Co.
Cut Bait Cafe Food Truck
Sybil the Clown
Renaissance Family Dentistry
BAYADA Home Health Care
Omega Sports
Shiki Sushi
The Mad Popper