Event: 5K
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at the University of South Florida (“USF”) presents:

Inaugural “Running for the Bulls 5K Donut Dash”
at the Tampa Campus of the University of South Florida
Saturday, March 2, 2019
Race starts at 8:00 a.m.

The event consists of runners/joggers/walkers completing three “dashing” circuits around the USF Marshall Center 5K course. Three laps around USF Marshall Center 5K course equals the 5K Donut Dash. At the end of the “dash” each participant will then make a “pit stop” to receive their well-deserved donut. Each participant will receive a donut dash race shirt and an iconic finisher’s medal upon completion of the event.
The initial running of this event will be limited to the first 750 paid participants. Other than recognizing the overall male/female 1st place winners, the 5K Donut Dash will be a non-timed event. Participants are encouraged to dress in both USF and donut related costumes and have fun creating a family-friendly start to Spring!

Giving back to USF!
Registration proceeds from the event are designated to benefit USF’s student leaders and student organizations. The registration proceeds from the inaugural running of this event are to primarily benefit the USF Alumni Ambassador Society by providing funding for the green jackets needed for the approximately 30 new ambassadors representing all three USF campuses. Any additional registration proceeds raised over this primary goal are intended to fund a variety of additional student-based projects/awards as designated by the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity.

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Event: Virtual Registration
Choose your own location and distance and receive a race medal from the Bulls Run 5K Donut Dash!

You will not need to pick up a race bib or show up on race day. Your finisher medal will be mailed after the actual event day!
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This is a service fee for processing your race application.