We recently caught up with Kaylee Williams, President of VolunteerLocal, a company that works with numerous races, big and small, providing a fantastic platform to recruit, schedule and manage race volunteers.
Since Running USA’s founding in 1999, Leslie Jordan has been an active member, forming lasting relationships with countless industry leaders, while expanding their unique and creative apparel offerings across the country.
Recently, Christine Bowen, Running USA's VP of Programming and Operation, traveled to Bangkok, Thailand to give a talk at Mass Participation Asia, a running industry event focused on the Asian market. Here's what she learned.
For seventeen years, Virginia Brophy Achman has been the force behind Twin Cities In Motion, which currently stages over ten events annually and the race industry veteran sat down with Running USA to share some of the knowledge she’s acquired along the way.
In 1979, Cliff Bosley, then 12 years old and in sixth grade, had his first job: standing at a folding table at the back of Frank Shorter’s running store and registering runners for the BolderBOULDER, a race his father started.