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We invite you to join the True to the Blue 5K on Embry-Riddle’s campus in Daytona Beach on Saturday, October 10, 2020. The True to the Blue 5K will honor one of Embry-Riddle's first graduates of the Homeland Security program, Ashley Guindon. Ashley was a Marine Corps veteran who was tragically killed in the line of duty on her first day on the job as a Police Officer serving Prince William County, VA. on February 27, 2016. Funds raised from the 5K Run & Walk will benefit the Ashley Guindon Memorial Scholarship.
COVID-19 Pre-Cautions: Due to COVID-19 requirements we will be implementing some changes for this year's event. Health checks will be conducted when you arrive on campus. Participants will have their temperatures checked and answer health questions. The race will be conducted in wave starts 50 people per wave, with a group of 25 starting at the beginning or the wave, and the second group of 25 starting later in the wave. You will register for a specific wave when you sign up. Spectators are discouraged from attending the event. Masks are required before and after the race. All participants must wear masks before and immediately after the run. You will be allowed to remove the masks during the run.
Anyone who falls under or lives with someone in these categories are encouraged to participate virtually:
WHEN: Saturday, October 10, 2020 starting at 7:30 A.M.
WHERE: The start/finish line will be located on the ERAU Track on the east side of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Daytona Beach Campus.
ROUTE: This 5K route will run through Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's beautiful Daytona Beach campus. The route is paved throughout and includes crossing Clyde Morris Blvd via the campus pedestrian bridge.
ENTRY FEES: $25.00 through September 26th; $30 from September 27th through race day. $20 for ERAU students with promo code.
REGISTRATION: Online registration will be open through race morning. Register in-person at packet pick up and on day of race 6:30-9:15 A.M.
Give-aways: Runners registered by Wednesday, September 30th are guaranteed their requested size for their True to the Blue race t-shirt. Extra t-shirts will be available at packet pick up and race day, but these shirts will be first come first serve. Upon finishing the race runners will also receive a custom finisher medal.
RACE TIMING AND SCORING: The race will be professionally timed and scored by Runner's High Timing and Race Management. The race will be timed using disposable, electronic tags attached to the bib number. Please wear your bib number to the front, pinned at all four corners, visible, and unaltered.
PACKET PICK-UP: TO BE UPDATED CLOSER TO RACE DAY
AWARDS: In accordance with the CDC Guidelines there will be no post race awards ceremony this year. Instead you are your own competition. There will be an accomplishments board at the finish line. Let us know what you accomplished during the race - maybe a new PR, maybe you ran the whole race, maybe you helped keep a random stranger motivated during the race, or maybe you finished your first 5K ever - no matter what you accomplished on race day we believe there is always something to celebrate.
GROUP DISCOUNTS: Groups of 10 or more please contact Deanna Lebeda firstname.lastname@example.org for group discounts.
Due to the fundraising nature of this race, no refunds are available.
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"Live for something rather than die for nothing"
1987 - 2016
Ashley Guindon, one of the first graduates of the ERAU Homeland Security program, was tragically killed in the line of duty on February 27, 2016, her first day on the job as a Police Officer serving Prince William County, VA.
The Security Studies and International Affairs Department is acutely aware that many of the graduates of our program will enter into fields where they may be placed in harm's way. We will remember and honor Ashley, and the others who follow her into public or military service, for their dedication, bravery, and selfless sacrifice in the line of duty.
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