SAN JOSE, Calif. – The San Jose Earthquakes have partnered with Titanium Racing Inc. to host Dash for the Troops at Avaya Stadium on Sunday, June 4. The military inspired 5K run will benefit Operation: Care and Comfort and the Quakes Foundation.
A multitude of runs are available to suit everyone from competitive athletes to the weekend warrior, including a standard 5K, a 5K Combat Boot run, a three-person 5K relay and a 5K for teams. Each run will include three laps through and around Avaya Stadium, the third-year home of the Earthquakes. Post-race festivities will take place in the 7UP Epicenter fan zone near North America’s largest outdoor bar.
All participants receive a camo-soccer style tech tee, a goody bag and a finisher medal. Popular South Bay classic rock radio station 98.5 KFOX will also be on-site playing music and providing commentary for the race.
For more information and to register, visit www.earthquakesrun.com. Early registration is strongly recommended, as prices go up May 16.
About Titanium Racing
Titanium Racing is a full-service running experience production company whose mission is to inspire our community to be up and running. The company has been creating special and memorable running experiences for nearly 20 years. Titanium is dedicated to community, charity, and making races fun for the entire family.
About Operation: Care and Comfort
Operation: Care and Comfort was established in April 2003 with the desire to support military troops stationed in combat zones overseas. OCC allows caring Americans to donate their time, talent, and treasure to honor those currently serving our country and those who have served. A non-profit that started in a garage in San Jose now supports dozens of units with care packages, donates tens of thousands of tickets to sporting events primarily in Northern California, and much more.