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The second annual Run White & Blue 7.4 Event is July 4, 2019. This charity event offers three distances; 7.4 mile, 7.4 kilometer and fun run distance (1.76 miles). All distances are approximate and contained within a semi closed course in the Huntersville Business Park. The courses are designed for runners and walkers of all ability level and ages and will be a great start to the July 4th holiday!
Run White & Blue 7.4 supports military veterans and first responder organizations in the Lake Norman area, just north of Charlotte, NC.
2019’s Beneficiaries are:
Purple Heart Homes in Statesville, NC - https://purplehearthomesusa.org/
Purple Heart Homes is dedicated to providing housing for Service Connected Disabled and Aging Veterans - substantial in function, design, and quality fit to welcome home the fighting men and women of America. All donations in the Charlotte area helps Veterans within the Charlotte area.
Purple Heart Homes is a 501(c)3 public charity that was founded in 2008 by John Gallina and Dale Beatty, two combat wounded Veterans. After being injured in Iraq in 2004, they returned to their community and received a warm welcome and grateful appreciation for their service. They began to question why all Veterans didn’t get the same levels of support and assistance from society.
The answer isn’t easy, but Purple Heart Homes fills the gaps in housing through the Veterans’ Aging In Place and Veterans Home Ownership Programs. From building a ramp for a Veteran of World War II, to providing home ownership opportunities to younger Veterans, these programs are designed out of necessity and fit the specific needs of the Veteran population. This gives Veterans their independence and privacy back, some of which they have not had for decades.
Fire Fighters' Burned Children's Fund (Charlotte-Mecklenburg County Chapter) - https://www.facebook.com/Firefighters-Burned-Children-Fund-Charlotte-Mecklenburg-County-Chapter-45462384298/ http://www.ffbcf.org
The Firefighters' Burned Children Fund is a non-profit organization developed by area firefighters to support burn survivors and to prevent burn injuries before they occur. Together we can make a difference in burn prevention and life safety in North Carolina!
The Firefighters' Burned Children Fund, Inc. (FFBCF) is operated for the sole purpose of raising funds. This can be done by a variety of methods, the most common of which is saving aluminum cans. Fire departments and fire service organizations are encouraged to work within their communities and with other participants of the Fund in reducing the number and the severity of burn injuries and fatalities.
Fire departments across the area have can trailers in their parking lot where you can drop off your aluminum cans to be part of the program! All we need is your commitment to join in our efforts! A can trailer will be present at the event - Please bring your cans for collection.
2018 Charity Beneficiaries:
Fire Fighters' Burned Children's Fund (Charlotte-Mecklenburg County Chapter) - Charlotte, NC
The American Legion Post 321 - Huntersville, NC
Combat Flags - Davidson, NC
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7.4 Mile Event
7.4 Kilometer Event
7.4 Fun Run Event
**Note** - The mile and kilometer course are both double loops style courses. All runners will run one "outside" loop on the course passing through the finish area once and one "inside" loop until passing through the finish line. The first loop will run in the center turn lane and the second loop will run on the inside lane counter clockwise around the Park. The course will be coned and signed accordingly and and protected from traffic except the outside lane which will be the open traffic flow lane. Each runner must pass the split timer or he or she will disqualified from any results.
Wednesday, July 3 from 10 am - 7 pm (normal business hours)
Fleet Feet Sport Huntersville
16620 Cranlyn Rd #100, Huntersville, NC 28078
Thursday, July 4, 2018 - 6 am - 730 am (and will remain open until the FUN RUN starts at 8:30 am)
Daetwyler Industries Plaza
13420 Reese Blvd W, Huntersville, NC 28078
Huntersville Proffesional Building - 11330 Vanstory Dr, Huntersville, NC 28078
Campbell Building - 13245 Reece Blvd W, Huntersville, NC 28018
13808 Professional Center Dr, Huntersville, NC 28078
All event parking will be marked with event signage. Overflow parking will be located at the Alexander Building and the Latta Building near the front of the Park. Off limit parking lots will also be marked with no event parking signs. Those locations close to the event venue are Joe Gibbs Racing, Daetwyler Plaze and Rheon Building. If runners park in these location the event cannot be responsible for the results and if vehicles are unable to exit the venue. We are also asking runners to not park on the side of the road inside the business park. On race day morning all traffic in the Huntersville Business Park will be diverted to flow counter clockwise. All parking areas will be accessible. When leaving all traffic may be diverted to flow in the same direction to the various Park exits.