(HOUSTON, Texas – June 2018) – Run 365, LLC., a Houston based running events company, has announced a multi-year agreement with Hess Corporation that makes the energy company title sponsor of the Houston Corporate Run 5K at Memorial Park.
This annual corporate health and wellness event, which enters its second year this October, will now be known as the ‘Hess Houston Corporate Run 5K.’ Employees from more than 100 Houston area companies are expected to take part in this 5K run/walk which promotes health and wellness in the corporate community. Post-race hospitality includes food sampling and refreshments from companies like Saint Arnolds, musical entertainment, sunset yoga and interaction with others in the Houston corporate community.
“Numerous studies show that a healthy employee traditionally correlates with higher workplace morale, engagement and as a direct result, production,” said Tim Herr, Co-Founder of Run 365. “Along with our participating companies, Hess stands out amongst the Houston corporate community as being highly invested in the health and wellness of its employees and we’re incredibly excited to partner with them on this great regional event for years to come.”
“The Hess Houston Corporate Run is a great opportunity to bring together people from all walks of corporate life for fun and fitness,” said Andy Slentz, SVP Human Resources & Office Management, Hess Corporation. “Hess is proud to be the title sponsor for this unique event promoting health and wellness and team building with a bit of friendly competition.”
This year’s Hess Houston Corporate Run 5K will take place Monday, October 22 to Thursday, October 25 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Memorial Park with the post-race hospitality each day until 8 p.m. Participants choose one of four days to participate by running or walking. Awards are given in a number of categories, including fastest overall company, most number of employee participants from a company overall and by industry, and fastest overall male and female under age 40 and over age 40.
Registration is $40 per employee and each company must have a minimum of four people to form a team. A portion of all revenue generated will be donated to the Memorial Park Conservancy, a 501(c)3 non-profit and one of Houston’s preeminent green spaces committed to the health and wellness of residents in Houston.
For more information and to register, please visit HoustonCorporate5K.com or call 832.974.1690.
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Hess Corporation is a leading global independent energy company engaged in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas. The company has an industry-leading position in two key U.S. shale plays — the Bakken in North Dakota and the Utica in Ohio. Hess is also one of the largest producers in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico and a key natural gas producer and supplier to Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand. The company is engaged in exploration and appraisal activities offshore Guyana, participating in one of the industry’s largest oil discoveries in the past decade with the first phase of a planned multiphase development of the Liza Field in Guyana underway.
About Run 365
Run 365, LLC. has two separate divisions: race event production and consulting. Run 365, LLC. owns and operates the Hess Houston Corporate Run 5K, Houston’s ‘largest office party’, in addition to a number of other regional and national running events.
Run 365’s mission is to assist brands and groups with the implementation of running events from ideation, to planning, and all the way through to event day execution. Our goal is always to create a memorable race experience for participants from start to finish. Established in 2016, Run 365 has a proven history of producing high quality, USATF certified and sanctioned running events that appeal to both competitive and first-time runners, while preserving a family-friendly event culture for participants of all ages and fitness backgrounds.
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KOLACHE FACTORY STARTS 5K RUN
The inaugural Kolache Factory Challenge 5K will start at 8:30 a.m. May 5 at the Addicks Park and Ride (Energy Corridor off Interstate 10). The cost is $35 per person until April 1, $40 from April 1-27 and $45 the week of the event. There also is a Kids 1K for children 12 and younger taking place an hour after the event ($20); kolachefactorychallenge.com. And yes, there will be kolaches.
Kick-start the holidays with fun for the whole family at the Jingle All The 5K Fun Run, 9 a.m. Sunday, December 3, at the Addicks Park and Ride, 14230 Katy Freeway.
The family-oriented run/walk event will feature dancing reindeer, an appearance by Santa and post-run refreshments. Plus, participants will take home a festive t-shirt and holiday ornament medal. Holiday attire is encouraged for this festive event. Proceeds benefit Memorial Assistance Ministries, which has been helping families afflicted by Hurricane Harvey.
For more information and to register, visit http://bit.ly/JingleAllThe5K.
After the run, families can head to the nearby Cigna Sunday Streets Energy Corridor from noon – 4 p.m. where Eldridge Parkway will be closed to motorists, creating a safe place to stroll, bike, skate or dance past dozens of booths and activities. Admission is free to Sunday Streets, on Eldridge Parkway between Enclave Parkway and Briar Forest Drive.
INAUGURAL HOUSTON CORPORATE RUN 5K RAISES FUNDS FOR MEMORIAL PARK, Over 2,000 employees participated in corporate health and wellness event October 23-26
HOUSTON, TX, 2017 - This past October, employees from over 100 companies participated in the inaugural Houston Corporate Run 5K at Memorial Park. Spread over the course of four days, this one-of-a-kind event featured the first known unassigned staggered start, allowing participants to run or walk the 5k on any day they chose between 4-8 p.m. Upon reaching the finish line on Seymour Lieberman Exer-Trail, participants mingled with coworkers and enjoyed snacks and libations from Saint Arnold’s, Nothing Bundt Cakes and Canyon Creek in a large post-race tent that lived at Memorial Park throughout the week.
Nearly 2,000 Houstonians participated the corporate health and wellness event, joining over 250,000 employees participating in other corporate runs across the country. Many of the biggest companies in Houston were represented at Bayou City’s first official corporate run.
A portion of each employee’s registration fees directly benefited Memorial Park Conservancy in its recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey as well as day-to-day Park care and stewardship. In addition, a ‘First Responder Bib’ program was enacted. For each person who registered, a first responder was offered a free entry to the event and access to the post-race hospitality tent which was renamed the “Houston Heroes Post-Race Tent.” Many first responders showed up to participate on one of the four days.
“We’d like to thank the many great companies and their employees who came out to participate in this inaugural event,” said Houston Corporate Run 5K co-founder Adam Levinson. “With all the positive feedback we received, we are incredibly excited that this event will grow in size and be built into many Houston companies as part of their ongoing attention to employee health and wellness. Furthermore, we are thrilled to have raised a significant amount of money for Memorial Park and to have allowed many first responders to participate.”
“We were thrilled to host the Houston Corporate Run this year” said Cara Rudelson, COO of Memorial Park Conservancy. “The funds raised are critical to caring for Houston’s favorite greenspace and we look forward to hosting this event next year at the Park.”
Awards for the event were based on a number of different categories including fastest overall company, most number of employee participants from a company and fastest male and female over and under 40. This year’s corporate winners included Invesco, who won the award for most number of employee participants, and Tenaris, who took home the trophy for the fastest overall company.
The 2018 event will take place on October 22-25 at Memorial Park. Sponsorship opportunities are available in addition to team participation. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 832.974.1690
About Memorial Park Conservancy
Memorial Park Conservancy is a non-profit organization created to restore, preserve, and enhance Memorial Park for the enjoyment of all Houstonians, today and tomorrow. Founded in 2000, the Conservancy’s vision is to implement the principles of world-class park management and stewardship in partnership with the Houston community. A volunteer Board of Directors is led by Chairman Steve Jenkins, and a highly qualified staff works under the leadership of President & CEO Shellye Arnold. Memorial Park Conservancy works in partnership and with the guidance of the City of Houston Parks and Recreation Department. For more information, visit www.memorialparkconservancy.org.
Many of us are still feeling the effects in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. We are still trying to get our homes, streets and businesses back to a sense of normalcy. One area particularly affected by Harvey was the Energy Corridor District, the heart of many of Houston’s biggest companies and a place many call home. On December 3rd the “grand re-opening” of the Energy Corridor District will take place with the inaugural ‘Jingle All the 5K’.
The fun run/walk will start at 9AM on Sunday, December 3, 2017 at the Addicks Park and Ride right off of I-10. Not only do participants receive a festive t-shirt and ornament medal, but there will also be Santa, dancing reindeer and post-race refreshments. So, come out and show everyone your best holiday attire and spirit!
A portion of all the net proceeds from the event will go to Memorial Assistance Ministries (MAM). Through monetary donations, MAM has been integral assisting families both financially and with new clothing and furniture in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. The proceeds donated will go toward helping families enjoy the holidays this year.
“We are thrilled to help re-open this area by bringing ‘Jingle All the 5K’ to the Energy Corridor” said Clark Martinson, General Manager and Executive Director of the Energy Corridor District. “Just a couple of months ago the 5K course was under water. We are back now and ready to host this fun event which will directly benefit families through the Memorial Assistance Ministries.”
“We are excited to be working with the Energy Corridor and the ‘Jingle All the 5K’ this holiday season” said Christina Finley, Development Officer at Memorial Assistance Ministries. “Many families will be in need this holiday season after Harvey and we’re happy that part of the proceeds for this event will help give families some essentials they still need.”
The cost is $30 per person until the end of October, $35 from Nov 1-Nov 26 and $40 on the week of the event. Families are welcome to run or walk together in this event and every participant can make an additional donation to MAM on top of their registration fee.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available, please email email@example.com or call 832.974.1690
This fall, employees from across Houston will be attending the Bayou City’s largest office party October 23-26 at the inaugural “Houston Corporate 5K,” at Memorial Park. Some of the largest companies in and around the city have already committed employee teams for this corporate health and wellness event, which will be held on the Seymour Lieberman Exer-Trail at historic Memorial Park. While this is a new event in Houston, over 250,000 employees participate in other corporate runs across the country.
A portion of each participant’s registration fee will directly benefit Memorial Park Conservancy in its recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey as well as day-to-day Park care and stewardship. In addition, a ‘First Responder Bib’ program has been enacted. For each person who registers, a first responder will be offered a free entry to the event and access to the post-race hospitality tent which has been renamed the “Houston Heroes Post-Race Tent.”
This will be a one-of-a-kind event not only in Houston, but around the country. It will feature the first known unassigned staggered start. This means participants can select any of the four days that week (Monday, October 23 –Thursday, October 26) to run or walk the 5K and can choose to start at any time on those days between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. When participants finish their run or walk, they will have a chance to enjoy food sampling, refreshments and free beer (courtesy of Saint Arnold’s) in a large tent that will live at Memorial Park that week.
“This event is now focused on much more than health and wellness in the wake of Hurricane Harvey” said Houston Corporate Run 5K co-founder Adam Levinson. “We are thrilled to be able to bring the corporate community together not only to thank our first responders but also to directly help the recovery efforts of Memorial Park which is such an important Houston destination.”
“We are happy to be hosting the Houston Corporate Run at Memorial Park” said Cara Rudelson, COO of Memorial Park Conservancy. Rudelson added “The flexible format, the health and wellness component, plus showing our gratitude to first responders and providing much-needed financial support for the Park post-Harvey will make for a great event.”
Over 100 employee teams are expected to participate in the event. Awards for the event will be based on a number of different categories including fastest overall company, most number of employee participants from a company, fastest C-level executive and more.
Sponsorship opportunities are available in addition to team participation. Employee registration is $40 per person and the minimum to form a company team is just four people. If you are interested in individual or team registration or sponsorship information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 832.974.1690. Find more information at http://www.houstoncorporate5k.com/.