About This Event

A hot Friday summer night with a few hundred runners, putting in work on the course and then finding solace in some delicous ice cream.  That's Back on My Feet Baltimore's dream and you've helped us make that happen for three years in a row. Join us Friday, July 31st as we host the 4th Annual AT&T Back on My Feet Baltimore Sneaks Come Out at Night 15k, 3x5K Relay & Aerotek Corporate Challenge presented by Thomas'.

Not only do we encourage you to share the course with your friends and family, we want you to get to know Back on My Feet Baltimore better and welcome you to join us for some Saturday training runs. We invite you to see the magic that happens not only on the pavement but also in that sense of community, team and confidence that is felt in the air.

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Corporate Challenge

We want to  find Baltimore’s FASTEST Company! Maybe you’re Baltimore’s MOST ATHLETIC Company?

Will someone be able to take the title away from Brown Advisory?

3x5K Relay teams will compete for the title of Baltimore’s Fastest Company.  The company entering most runners will be titled Baltimore’s Most Athletic Company. Winning companies featured in pre and post race newsletters. Join a Corporate team HERE.

2015 Corporate Challenge Standings:

Current Standings as of 7/27:

  • Brown Advisory – 68 employees
  • T. Rowe Price – 54 employees
  • AT&T - 44 employees
  • Aerotek – 42 employees
  • Constellation/Exelon – 27 employees
  • Baltimore City Law Department – 21 employees
  • Ernst & Young – 20 employees
  • CohnReznick –20 employees
  • Accenture – 15 employees
  • Maryland Association for Justice - 16 employees
  • Havas Helia – 10 employees
  • CBRE – 10 employees
  • PwC – 7 employees
  • PNC – 7 employees
  • Russell Toyota – 6 employees
  • RK&K – 6 employees
  • RBC Wealth Management – 4 employees
  • Northwestern Mutual – 3 employees
  • Bimbo – 2 employees 
  • MOHS – 1 employee
  • UMMS– 1 employee

“Most Helpful Company” Volunteer Standings:

·         Aerotek – 9

·         Sogeti – 5

·         Accenture – 3

·         AT&T - 2

·         Baltimore City Law Dept  - 2

·         Constellation/Exelon – 1

Corporate Challenge Fastest Company 2014:

Team Bottoms Up from Brown Advisory 57:13

Corporate Challenge Most Athletic Company Standings 2014:

  1. Brown Advisory (55 runners)
  2. AT&T (34)
  3. Constellation (28)
  4. CBRE (10)
  5. Aerotek (8)
  6. PwC (5)
  7. Roadnet Technologies (3)

We will also be recognizing Baltimore's Most Helpful team in honoring the company who brings the most volunteers! Sign up on the volunteer tab and indicate whether or not you are affiliated with a participating Corporate Team.

Corporate Teams:

  • Single Team/$195 - 3 person 5K Relay Team
  • Small Team/$600 - up to 10 employees for either the 15K or the Relay
  • Medium Team/$1250 - up to 25 employees for either the 15K or the Relay
  • Large Team/$2500 - up to 50 employees for either the 15K or Relay

Benefits:

Single Team:

  • One 3 person relay team
  • Listed in pre-race monthly newsletter distributed to Baltimore area
  • Listed in post-race e-mail to all participants and volunteers
  • Social media exposure

Small Team:

  • Entries for up to 10 employees
  • Listed in pre-race monthly newsletter distributed to Baltimore area
  • Listed in post-race e-mail to all participants and volunteers
  • Social media exposure
  • Branded racing singlets* (or t-shirts) for your team

Medium Team:

  • Entries for up to 25 employees
  • Listed in pre-race monthly newsletter distributed to Baltimore area
  • Listed in post-race e-mail to all participants and volunteers
  • Social media exposure
  • Branded racing singlets* (or t-shirts) for your team

Large Team:

  • Entries for up to 50 employees
  • Listed in pre-race monthly newsletter distributed to Baltimore area 
  • Listed in post-race e-mail to all participants and volunteers
  • Social media exposure
  • Branded racing singlets* (or t-shirts) for your team

To register:

  • Teams writing a check to BoMF will receive a code to waive the online fee.
  • Participants must be actively employed, working a minimum of 25 hours a week for at least 30 days prior to race day for the company they are representing. (Interns may be included as employees!) 

Why Create a Corporate Team?

  • Workplace Health and Fitness
    • Participation in this event is a great way to emphasize your company’s prioritization of internal health and wellness. What better way to make a statement about your company values than to register a team, and support the Baltimore community while doing so.  The Corporate Challenge is a competitive race for those employees who excel at running.  For others, it is a fantastic way to train and to walk/run as a team in a supportive environment.   
  • Team Building and Employee Engagement
    • How often do your employees get to come together in this type of a fun, relaxed environment?  There is an award for Baltimore's Most Athletic Company, bestowed upon the company bringing the most employees to participate.  There is no limit on how many employees you can bring, or how much fun you can have boosting morale and fostering a spirit of collaboration. 
  • Networking, Socializing & Fun
    • Very few events bring company’s together on a warm, summer evening like the AT&T Sneaks Come Out at Night Aerotek Corporate Challenge. It’s a great way for friends and co-workers from across all departments in the company to strengthen existing relationships and make new ones. 

Contact Jackie for more information. Download the flyer to share with your colleagues.

 

High School Challenge

When people in Maryland ask you what school you went to, they are not asking about your college.  They want to know what High School you went to...and so do we.  We want to  find Baltimore’s FASTEST High School! Maybe you’re Baltimore’s MOST ATHLETIC High School?

2015 Standings:

  •  Towson HS/Loyola Blakefield (9)
  •  Gilman (8)
  •   RPEMS (7)
  •   NDP/Dulaney (6)
  •   Bryn Mawr/Roland Park Country School (5)

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If you are a student, student athlete, faculty, administrator, employees or alumni, indicate your high school affiliation at registration.    

The top 3x5K Relay team (with all 3 high school affiliates) will compete for the title of Baltimore’s Fastest High School.  The high school best represented among registered runners will be titled Baltimore’s Most Athletic High School. Winning high schools featured in pre and post race newsletters. 

We will also be recognizing Baltimore's Most Helpful High School in honoring the school who brings the most volunteers! Sign up on the volunteer tab and indicate whether or not you are affiliated with a participating High School.

Why bring your high school?

  • Workplace Health and Fitness
    • Participation in this event is a great way to emphasize your high school's prioritization of internal health and wellness. What better way to make a statement about your school values than to register a team, and support the Baltimore community while doing so.  The HS Challenge is a competitive race for those students, employees and alumni who excel at running.  For others, it is a fantastic way to train and to walk/run as a team in a supportive environment.   
  • Team Building and Employee Engagement
    • How often does your school community get to come together in the summer in this type of a fun, relaxed environment?  There is an award for Baltimore's Most Athletic High School, bestowed upon the school bringing the most affiliates to participate.  There is no limit on how many employees you can bring, or how much fun you can have boosting morale and fostering a spirit of collaboration. 
  • Networking, Socializing & Fun
    • Very few events bring company’s together on a warm, summer evening like the AT&T Sneaks Come Out at Night Aerotek Corporate Challenge. It’s a great way to provide an event to strengthen your alumni network, as well as build ties across ages, departments and teams in the school to strengthen existing relationships and make new ones. 

Contact Jackie to get your high school involved. Download the flyer to share with your community.

Race Ambassadors

Do you want to be on of our 2015 Race Ambassadors and help us in promoting the race?  Race Ambassador responsibilities include:

  • Promote to your friends, networks and fellow runners.
  • Recruit at least 5 individuals outside our BoMF community and YOUR registration is FREE! (Your name will be placed in a drop down at registration so individuals can credit the person responsible for recruiting them)
  • Top Ambassador recruiting the most individuals (must recruit 10+ individuals) as of July 30th will receive a free ticket to the 2015 Back on My Feet Baltimore Bash

Interested? Fill out this short application below:

Volunteer

Don't want to run but still want to eat ice cream? Come Volunteer!  We are giving awards for the company and the high school who brings the most volunteers. Have a group who wants to get involved? We will find a spot for them!  Thank you so much - this race simply can't happen without the helping hands of our dedicated volunteers!

Nitty Gritty

Registration 

15K - $40 until June 1st; $45 until Monday, July 27th at noon; $50 at packet pick-up or on race day 

Relay - $25 until June 1st;  $30 until Monday, July 27th at noon; $35 at packet pick-up or on race day 

Packet Pick-up

We will have two packet pick-up locations. One at Charm City Run at McHenry Row (1713 Whetstone Way, Baltimore, MD 21230) on Wednesday, July 29th from 5-8pm and one at the MAC Harbor East (655 S. President St., Baltimore, MD 21202) on Thursday, July 30th from 5-8pm. There will be registration available at packet-pickup. You may also pick-up your packet on race day.

Swag

This race is notorious for it's twilighter highlighter singlets.  Now that the weather is getting warmer, they'll be more frequently spotted on runners all around Baltimore.  With our new race design, and brite yellow and orange colors, you'll be able to spot them everywhere! Disclaimer: Singlets are available for the first 500 registrants only. The sizes have historically small and we are happy to make exchanges on a first come, first serve basis while supplies last. Thank you for understanding.

Course

The course will consist of three loops around the gorgeous Druid Hill Park, which includes both the resevoir as well as the back paved trails into the park.  We know that three loops may sound a bit intimidating, but in the true spirit of Back on My Feet, runners love being able to see and cheer on their fellow runners throughout the entire race.  Check out the course map.

Parking

Can be found along East Drive, Swan Drive and Pimlico Drive.  Carpooling is always encouraged.

Hopeful Time Schedule

     4:30pm Day-of race registration and packet pick-up opens

     6:00pm Back on My Feet Opening Circle

     6:30pm Race Starts

    8:00 pm  *If you have not passed through the 10K mile marker at this point, due to safety concerns as sunset will be 8:20 pm, we will ask runners to finish their race at that point.

     8:30pm Awards Ceremony (Overall M/F 15K, All Women Relay, All Male Relay, Co-ed Relay & 15K Age Groups, Corporate Challenge, High School Challenge)

Smile: Photographer Jocelyn Reich will be on hand to capture the evening. Make sure you're all smiles in front of the camera! Be sure to check out our website & FB page after the race to see yourself in the spotlight.

Post Race Party: Enjoy chocolate chip mini-muffins from Bimbo Bakeries, fruit from Hungry Harvest, your favorite childhood Jack & Jill orange creamsicles, strawberry shortcakes, chocoalate eclairs and ice cream sandwiches, signature Baltimore Snoballs, and of course ice cream from Prigel and Atwater's who will be featuring Honey Vanilla, Chocolate Pudding, Salted Caramel, and a mystery seasonal flavor. Don't forget about a topping bar by KIND Snacks and caramel sauce bar by Mouth Party! YUM! Mamma Chia will also be on hand to showcase their delicious healthy snacks.

Awards:

Top 3 Overall 15K Men & Women (sponsored by Prigel Family Creamery)

Top 3 Age Group Winners (19 & Under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+) (sponsored by Shake Shack, Kilby CreamCream Cruiser, Miss Twist The Charmery)

Top All-Male, All-Female and Co-Ed Relays (sponsored by KIND Snacks)  

Most Spirited Relay (sponsored by Mouth Party)

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Baltimore's Fastest Company (First Corporate 3x5K Relay) 

Baltimore's Most Athletic Company (Company with most runners)

Baltimore's Most Helpful Company (Company with most volunteers)

Baltimore's Fastest High School (First High School 3x5K Relay - at least 2 runners from same HS) 

Baltimore's Most Athletic High School (HS with most runners)

 

Special Notes

Strollers are allowed, but encouraged to start in the back of the pack.

FundRacing

Registering as a Back on My Feet FundRacer will entitle you to a FREE registration fee and allow you to set up your own campaign page. The FundRacing minimum for the 15K is $200 and for the Relay is $75 per leg.

Rules and Instructions:

  • Proceed with registration as prompted. Identify which RACE you are participating in under the Free Entry for $XX FundRacing Minimum categories. Fill out registration information. Your entry fee will go down to $1, which is built into your total amount raised!
  • You will receive an e-mail when you register which will include links to set up a FundRacing page
  • This allows you to contribute an individual sponsorship, solicit assistance from your brother, chess team, neighbor, aunt or pet, spread the word about your involvement with BOMF and help support the cause!
  • IF MINIMUMS ARE NOT MET you will be charged at the time of the race. Fee must be received in order to participate!
  • Anything over $250 will receive a fun BoMF FundRacing Swag.

If you have any questions please contact Jackie Range at jackie@backonmyfeet.org or 215-350-4198 for more information.

Find A FundRacer

How We Feel...

Proceeds from the race support our Members as they move their lives forward towards employment, education and sustainable housing.

....ABOUT RUNNING

Who's up for a few loops around Druid Hill Park at twilight?

Enjoy ice cream from Prigel Family Creamery, Snoballs, and Jack and Jill memories from your childhood.

Past Results

Congratulations to our 2014 award winners: 

Overall 15K:

  Males

1. Austin Gregor            50:52 (Brown Advisory)

2. Maurice Pointer        58:49

3. Benjamin Williams  1:00:58 (Constellation)

   

   Females

1. Jennifer Sheely          1:07:38

2. Bryn Burkholder         1:10:35

3. Tara MacDonald        1:11:28

   

   Relays

Overall Male - The Stevens Brothers 1:05:51

Overall Female - Pimp My Stride 1:04:20 (Brown Advisory)

Overall Co-Ed - Roadnet Rockets 58:57 (Roadnet Technologies)

Best Dressed - The Three Musketeers

 

   Corporate Challenge

Baltimore's Most Athletic Company- Brown Advisory

Baltimore's Fastest Company- Brown Advisory 

Baltimore's Most Helpful Company- Constellation

See the rest of the 2014 results

Past Results

Race Records:

  • Men's Race Record: Austin Gregor 50:52 (2014)
  • Women's Race Record: Carol Jefferson 1:00:19 (2013)
  • Corporate Relay Record: Bottoms Up (Brown Advisory) 57:13 (2014)
  • Overall Relay Record: Bottoms Up (Brown Advisory) 57:13 (2014)
  • Overall Co-Ed Relay Record: Roadnet Rockets 58:57 (Roadnet Technologies) (2014) 
  • Overall Women's Relay Record: Pimp My Stride - 1:04:20 (Brown Advisory) (2014) 

Sponsor the Race

Sponsor Benefit Packages

Platinum Level Sponsorship / $5,400
• Corporate logo and link to your company site on event website
• Logo displayed prominently in monthly newsletter distributed to
Baltimore area
• Logo displayed prominently on back of r ace shirt
• Logo displayed prominently in post-race e-mail to all participants,
volunteers and supporters
• Logo displayed on race day banner
• Eligibility to have coporate banner displayed in post-race area
• Exposure in all social media marketing (Facebook 2,500+ fans; Twitter
1,600+ followers)
• Opportunity to place item in all participant bags - 750 runners
• One 8 foot table in the pre & post race area (must provide own display
and supplies)
• Medium Corporate Challenge Team
Gold Level Sponsor / $3,600
• Corporate logo and link to your company site on event website
• Logo displayed in monthly newsletter distributed to Baltimore area
• Logo displayed on back of r ace shirt
• Logo displayed in post-race e-mail to all participants, volunteers and
supporters
• Exposure in all social media marketing (Facebook 2,500+ fans; Twitter
1,600+ followers)
• Opportunity to place item in all participant bags - 750 runners
• One 8 foot table in the pre & post race area (must provide own display
and supplies)
• Small Corporate Challenge Team
Silver Level Sponsor / $1,800
• Corporate logo on event website
• Corporate name displayed in monthly newsletter distributed to
Baltimore area
• Corporate name displayed on back of race shirt
• Corporate name displayed in post-race e-mail to all participants,
volunteers and supporters
• One Single Corporate Challenge Relay Team
Sponsors Please Provide
• JPEG and a transparent PNG of your logo no larger than 200x200 pixels
• Any marketing materials you would like us to include in our participant
race bags by Friday July 24th
• Please supply us with any links to the website you would like us to link to
• Please let us know if you would like to have an on-site presence on race
day

 

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