EVANS, GA., May 13, 2014 – Jingle Jam 10K is proud to announce that their annual race benefiting SafeHomes of Augusta has raised over nine thousand dollars ($9000+).
Jingle Jam 10K is a fun-filled, Christmas-themed road race consisting of a Packet Pick-Up Expo and a 10K Road Race in Evans, GA. All proceeds from this 10K road race benefit SafeHomes of Augusta, Inc., a domestic violence intervention center.
The Jingle Jam 10K Planning Committee would like to thank our 600 registered runners, 250+ volunteers, 17 corporate sponsors, our race entertainment, and Santa & Mrs. Claus for helping to make Jingle Jam 10K one of the premier road race events in the CSRA.
“On behalf of the rest of the committee, I can tell you that it is an honor to be a part of Jingle Jam 10K. We have successfully organized three annual races and cannot wait for our fourth race in 2014. The community support we have received has been tremendous and we cannot thank our volunteers enough. We wouldn’t be able to do what we do without their selflessness.” Goldei Limbaugh, Jingle Jam 10K Founder & Race Chair.
Save the Date for Jingle Jam 10K 2014. This year’s race will be held on Saturday December 13, 2014 at the Evans Towne Center Park with the Packet Pick-Up Expo on Friday, December 12, 2014 at Stevens Creek Community Church. For information about becoming a corporate sponsor or volunteer, please contact Goldei Limbaugh at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit jinglejam10K.com for more information.
Jingle Jam 10K: The Jingle Jam 10K benefiting SafeHomes, Inc. promotes healthy lifestyles through fitness and furthers the mission of SafeHomes, Inc. The Jingle Jam 10K is a fun-filled, Christmas-themed road race featuring music, choirs, Santa Claus, and a costume contest! Runners get jingle bells to lace into their shoes so they can “jingle all the way” to the finish line! Chip timers as well as a timing system to accurately process and record start and finish times. http://jinglejam10k.com
SafeHomes of Augusta: SafeHomes is committed to ending domestic violence in our community as well as in the lives of individuals. Safe Home’s mission is to transform victims of domestic violence into survivors. http://safehomesdv.org