We recently caught up with Dr. Lou Marciani, Director of NCS4, discussing a host of safety and security issues, how the sport is evolving in being prepared for worst case scenarios, how the upcoming National Marathon and Running Events Safety and Security Conference will unfold and much more.
The panel will debut an extensive, in-depth study conducted by Running USA on the subject of runner retention, while bringing together key industry leaders to discuss how race organizers can win back runners and attract new runners to run their races.
This comprehensive survey captures the thoughts, feedback and opinions of race directors across the country and once complete will provide the industry an in-depth look at the trends and challenges of those putting on road race events.
A few conference attendees have been contacted by a company, Convention Housing Planners (CHPlanners), stating that the Hilton Austin, the Running USA Industry Conference host hotel, is sold out. This is NOT the case.
The long-time, recently extended partnership between Running USA and ACTIVE Network continues to support both short-term and long-term growth of the running industry’s premier conference, which is set to take place February 11-13, 2018 in Austin, Texas.
We recently caught up with new Running USA member Motiv Running. Hearing from Motiv Running's Chris Colón and Dan Vaughan, we get an introduction to the company, learn about what they are building, how they are reaching and motivating runners and much more.
This year’s collection of Idea Labs touch on a variety of topics, such as volunteer retention, technology trends, runner acquisition, understanding participant data, sponsorship summits, registration pricing strategies and much more.
As hundreds of race organizers and personnel, including more than 60 exhibitors, come together, the first day of the industry’s premier gathering offers attendees a handful of events to connect, share and learn.