Earth Day San Francisco is dedicated to raising a Sustainable Community and Environmental Awareness in and around the nine counties that make up the San Francisco Bay Area. Each year, thousands of local citizens see the work of sustainable entrepreneurs in their booths along the plaza. Wandering through this Eco-Village, eating healthy food and listening to world class performers and speakers, it is no wonder that the number of participants in Earth Day continues to grow, not only in Earth Day San Francisco, but in Earth Days Worldwide. We encourage everyone to join us in our Call to Action, and Raise your Green Voice with the diverse and joyful Performers. Exhibitors, Sponsors, and Volunteers, who come together each year to put on this magnificent event!
Learn more at http://www.earthdaysf.org/earth-day.html
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
The North Face Endurance
Challenge Series committed to pushing runners to
their personal limits of endurance, while promoting
the sport of ultra-trail running, a sport which is
predicated on enjoying physical activity in nature in
a safe and responsible manner. The Endurance
Challenge offers a variety of race
distances for runners to choose
from: 5K, 10K, Half-Marathon,
Marathon Relay, Marathon, 50K
and 50 Mile. The North Face Endurance Challenge returns to Algonkian Regional Park, Great Falls Park and the Potomac Heritage Trail again in 2016. Learn more at http://www.thenorthface.com/en_US/endurance-challenge/?stop_mobi=yes
The Chico Wildflower Century? has been listed in Bicycling magazine as a Top Ten Century. The 2017 Wildflower will be a great day for everyone who loves to eat, breathe, drink, and pedal! Registration is open!
Saturday, April 29, 2017: WildFest pre-ride party complete with Rider Check-In, vendors, beer garden, live music, KidZone, and Fork In The Road Food truck gathering
Sunday, April 30: Ride Day and Day-of Rider Check-In. Learn more at http://www.wildflowercentury.org/
With over 30 million people in the United States living with diabetes, chances are someone you know (work, family, friends) is living with this disease. As the 7th highest contributor to death in the US, it is what leads our nearly 2600 participants to help raise funds for research, education, and cures. In preparation for the 25th annual Tour de Cure I am reaching out to companies asking for assistance in making this our best year ever. As one of the most successful events for the American Diabetes Association, in the country, we are pushing forward towards a $1.5 million goal for our next event. The Tour, will be held on Sunday, May 1, 2016, at the Veterans Home of California in Napa Valley. In previous years we have been lucky to have a few beer sponsors that have stayed with us for quite some time. We are looking to branch out, we are seeking a new partnership and we are hoping that you are up for the challenge, for our great cause. Our hope is that you would be willing to donate $2500, 300 pieces of swag and bring your beer truck out to our event to allow us to sell your product during the day. As a sponsor your company will be featured on our t-shirts for volunteers and riders (approx. 2000 people) as well as on our social media pages, website, and other promotional materials. In addition we would like to have your logo featured at our start/finish line and other areas around the venue. The swag will be featured in our champions bag which go to our special individuals that have raised over $1000 each to our cause. Learn more at http://tour.diabetes.org/site/PageServer?pagename=TC_homepage
Recognized as one of the nation?s fastest growing marathons,The Pittsburgh Marathon debuted in May of 2009 with a sold-out field of over 10,000 participants in the marathon, half marathon and marathon relay. In May of 2015, a sold-out field of over 30,000 participated in six race weekend events. The event?s 2015 Run for a Reason charity program raised over $1.6 million for participating charities. The May 2016 events promise to be even bigger and better.
Learn more at http://pittsburghmarathon.com