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Hilton Head Freedom 5K Race

Date/Time

May 25, 2020
08:00 AM

Description

PALMETTO RUNNING COMPANY PRESENTS THE 6TH ANNUAL HILTON HEAD MEMORIAL DAY 5K RUN & WALK WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY, MAY 25TH 2020 AT THE BEAUTIFUL PORT ROYAL PLANTATION ON HILTON HEAD ISLAND.  THE MEMORIAL DAY 5K IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO HONOR THOSE AMONG US WHO HAVE SERVED IN THE ARMED FORCES WITH A FUN, FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT.  DRESS YOUR PATRIOTIC BEST, RED, WHITE & BLUE, RUN WITH THE USA FLAG, MAYBE YOU'LL WIN THE BEST COSTUME AWARD. ENJOY ONE OF LOWCOUNTRY'S MOST SCENIC COURSES ON HILTON HEAD.  A PORTION OF THE RACE PROCEEDS AND ALL DONATIONS WILL GO TO THE LOWCOUNTRY FOUNDATION FOR WOUNDED MILITARY HEROES.www.woundedmilitaryheroes.org

Entry Fee and Registration:

$25 – 5K Run Adult
$20 – 5K Run Military and immediate family (must present ID)

$20 – 5K Run Children 12 & under

 

Early registration opens February 1st, 2020  Packet pick up will be held on Sunday May 24th 1-5PM at Palmetto Running Company, Shelter Cover Towne Center, Hilton Head.  Registration is available at packet pickup on May 24th as well as on the morning of the race, May 25th from 7:00am-7:45am.  

*First 350 runners will receive a Freedom Run 5K  race shirt and  will receive a special Freedom Run dog tag. We highly recommend coming to  packet pick up on Sunday, May 25th 1-5PM.  Shirt size are not be guaranteed.

Medals to Overall male and female and top 3 divison winners.
12U, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+

Late Registration on Sunday 5/26 at Packet Pick 1-5PM

NO SAME DAY REGISTRATION

Cost

$20

Location

View map Port Royal Plantation
10 Clubhouse Dr
Hilton Head Island, SC

Additional Information

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