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Participants in live fitness events wear bib #s during the event. We hope you will print yours and wear it on your 5K run or walk. It’s one extra way for us all to be connected through our shared virtual experience! As a bonus, you'll spread the word about Jersey Shore Rescue Mission further than ever before as you run or walk through your neighborhood. You have three bib options:
To access and print your personalized bib # through your RunSignUp registration, follow these steps:
- Log-in to RunSignUp.com and go to your profile by clicking the circle in the upper right corner. Scroll down to Upcoming Events and locate our event.
- Click on the last option for "View Digital Bib".
- Voila, your bib will appear! There is a prominent Print button above the bib image. You can also use the Print button to save your bib as a pdf if you'd like to share it on social media or save it for a future time.
Alternatively, you can print a blank bib pdf (without your name and assigned #) and decorate with sharpie, pen, crayons, bedazzler, etc! Add your name, team name, a message of hope or support, or a drawing...anything you feel inspired to include! (Download the PDF below!)
No printer? Use any paper you have and create your own bib #!
Once your bib # is ready to go, you can cut out your bib, poke holes through the 4 corners, and attach to your event day top. Usually, bib #s are attached to a participant’s shirt with safety pins through the 4 corner pin holes. However, you can get creative and use anything you have at home though such as decorative pins, string, badge holders, or tape!
Click the icon below to download the attached PDF.