Sat May 7, 2022 Riviera Beach, FL 33404 US Directions
Place
Dan Calloway Recreation Complex
1420 W 10th St.
Riviera Beach, FL US 33404
Description

Come join us at the first annual race in Palm Beach County celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Join hundreds of other like-minded people as we pursue Dr. King’s dream of equality, particular in health and economics, in what promises to be the most diverse athletic event in Palm Beach County. This event has something for everyone including kids races, 1-mile, 5k and 10k races as well as an aerobics class for seniors.  Participants, sponsors and exhibitors will be joining resources to share their passions to end racism, improve health outcomes and support small local minority-owned businesses.

A portion of proceeds from this event will be used to offset the costs for participants looking to improve their health, but are not able cover the full costs of registration.  Net proceeds also help provide educational programs as well as other resources to  small minority-owned businesses in Palm Beach County through the efforts of the volunteers of two nonprofit organizations, the Black Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County and the Equity Entrepreneur Center.  We invite you to visit the Black Chamber of Palm Beach County’s website at www.blackchamberpbc.com.  

DIVINE NINE 5K CHALLENGE
Fraternities and sororities are invited to come out and compete for trophies just for you. The fraternity and sorority with the most number of registered members will each earn the coveted trophy which they will have to defend at next year's event.  Fraternities and sororities have been provided with their own unique promo codes through the National Pan-Hellenic Council of Palm Beach County. A portion of the registration fees from members of fraternities and sororities belonging to the NPHCPBC will go towards supporting the organization.

The Black Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County is a 501(c) 6 nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the economic interests of its members through advocacy, education, information sharing, and resource brokering to maximize their success. The mission of the Black Chamber is to advance the economic interests of our members through advocacy, education, information sharing and resource brokering to maximize their success.  We focus resources on the challenges faced by Black-owned and minority businesses.

About the Equity Entrepreneur Center

The Equity Entrepreneur Center (E2C) is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization which was started to address the challenges minority-owned businesses have and continue to face with the COVID-19 pandemic.  The E2C will provide educational programs to entrepreneurs to counter the negative impacts of COVID-19, racial inequities, social and economic disparities and systemic institutional racism and injustices.  The EC2 raising funds to renovate a building in West Palm Beach to house its educational programs.

Dream
Equality
Legacy
Liberty
Medal Sponsor
Swag Bag Sponsor
Reusable Water Bottle Sponsor
Water Station Sponsor
Exhibitor – Option 1A
Exhibitor – Option 1B
Exhibitor – Option 2B
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Dream
Equality
Legacy
Liberty
Medal Sponsor
Swag Bag Sponsor
Reusable Water Bottle Sponsor
Water Station Sponsor
Exhibitor – Option 1A
Exhibitor – Option 1B
Exhibitor – Option 2B

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