Ready for another beer run? How about one of the following. There’s a really good chance you’ll run into some of Sunday’s pub runners at the following events. We’ve even include notes on how they compare to Sunday’s run.
Full details are posted at Cool Running, but here are the times from this year:
Congratulations to everyone who ran, and drank, yesterday. Be sure to check out your times at Cool Running.
Some quick numbers:
- 38 runners total (1st Place Finishers: David Hanson and Ellen Signorello)
- 2 people said hi to “chuck”
- $900+ raised for Anne-Marie House
Thanks to our Sponsors for making this possible. And special thanks to everyone who helped out on and off the course. We couldn’t have done it without you.
We’ll be posting pictures over the next few days. If you have some good ones, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
So who’s ready for a pub run?
A couple quick notes:
- - If you haven’t read it already, please check out the list of what you need to bring.
- Already Registered?
Check-in opens at 3pm.
- Not Registered?
We still have room for 10 runners. If you’re planning on registering tomorrow, please arrive as close to 3:00 as possible to secure your spot. Remember, $30 cash is all you need to join the cool kids. Rumor has it there may be a free beer in it for #50…
Please arrive at 3:00 and ask for Jeremy. We need to have you on the course before the runners leave at 4.
- About the weather…
It’s looking a bit iffy so you may want to bring an umbrella or raincoat if you’re volunteering (you runners probably won’t care after the first beer)
Post questions or comments here, but otherwise we’ll see you tomorrow!
So you’ve signed up, but maybe now you’re wondering what you’ve gotten yourself into. Don’t worry, you’re in for a great time (rain or shine).
- A Valid ID
You’ll need it at check-in. Plus, if you’re close to 21 or just blessed with youthful looks, you should plan on carrying it with you in case your asked for it at one of the beer stops.
- Tips for our Hardworking Bartenders
We couldn’t do this without them so show them some love by leaving a buck (or more) at each beer stop. And if you don’t? Well, let’s just say that we might have ways of making you wish you had…
- Common Sense
You’ll be running on the sidewalks and streets of downtown Nashua. Please be respectful of all pedestrians, vehicles, property, livestock and anything else you come across on the way. Above all remember that this is a fun event. So please don’t risk injuring yourself or others by doing anything stupid.
- A Safe Way Home
We’re serious about this one. You’ll be drinking four beers in a relatively short span of time so please plan your transportation ahead of time. Our recommendation: convince a friend to come along. Not only can they cheer you on, but we’ll keep them from being bored if they volunteer.
That’s it. Any questions, post them below, on Facebook or by emailing email@example.com. We’ll be keeping any eye on all three right up to a few hours before race time so we’ll try to respond as soon as possible.
See you Sunday!
Not sure where to park? There’s some on-street parking, but we’ve highlighted some of the lots that are near the start/finish at The Old Amsterdam (8 Temple St) below:
Need more options? Check out this PDF from the City of Nashua
Just nine days left until this year’s pub run. Here’s the map in case you want to get out there and run the course in advance. Or, you could just stay home, have a beer, and practice for the other part of the event.
We’ll have a larger version as well as copies with directions available on race day, so don’t worry about memorizing it.
We’re happy to announce that the proceeds from the 2012 Nashua Pub Run will go to Anne-Marie House in Hudson, NH.
Anne-Marie House supports the needs of children and families experiencing homelessness as they work to achieve sustainable income, housing and transportation. They do this by providing safe and secure transitional housing, wholesome meals, transportation, continuing education and other support services, such as parenting and financial literacy programs.
For more information on Anne-Marie House, take a look at www.annemariehouse.org.
Just a reminder that the AMH5K is this Sunday, 9/16. There won’t be any beer and the course is 3.12 miles instead of 2, but this event benefits Anne-Marie House in Hudson just like the Pub Run.
Registration is only $20 until Saturday and complete information is available at AMH5K.com.
Our newest sponsor, that’s who! You read that right, over 400 beers! I can’t even type that without getting a little misty.
So give a big welcome to The Beer Store. Visit them at 433 Amherst St in Nashua and pick yourself up a Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’, or some of the other fine beers they offer.