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As of Nov. 15, we have people coming from the following cities to STOP THE TRAFFIC!
That's 10 states (42 cities)!
Join us on December 1, 2018 for our first ever Stop the Traffic Half Marathon & 5K race in Jackson, MS. The race will begin at 8:30AM and finish at the Capitol Grounds (Congress and Mississippi St.) It is recommended that half marathon & 5k participants arrive at least 30 minutes early.
All proceeds from this race will go towards building a holistic safe haven for Mississippi victims of human trafficking.
For more information about our non-profit benefiting from this event, visit jubileehavens.com.
Race registration will open May 1, and close November 15. On-site registration will reopen during the Expo, Nov 30, as well as on the morning of the race, Dec 1.
Our Expo (Packet Pickup) will be held at Jackson State University in the Walter Payton Center-Suite D on November 30th. Parking will be free, and registrants will be able to come anytime from 12:00-7:30 PM to pick up their bib numbers, shirts, etc. and meet our sponsors!
Half Marathon Rates:
May 1 - Aug 15 $70
Aug 16 - Sept 30 $80
Oct 1 - Nov 15 $90
Day of Registration $100
May 1 - Aug 15 $25
Aug 16 - Sept 30 $30
Oct 1 - Nov 15 $35
Day of Registration $40
*** ATTENTION VENDORS: If you would like to sign up to be a vendor at our expo, make sure to first check the "participants" tab, and select "vendors" to make sure there is not already a vendor representing your business.
This is a spinner medal!
When it spins, you'll see this side of the medal showing that you ran for them--victims of human trafficking.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?