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After getting feedback from the health professionals in Dane County, we have made the REALLY tough decision not to have an in person event in 2020. We realize many of you are disappointed and we are too.
We have created a commemorative long-sleeve t-shirt and BUFF this year and we hope you will consider signing up to run on your own support of our Technology Education Foundation. We are nearly sold out of shirts, but have plenty of buffs available. If you want to run and want the SWAG please REGISTER NOW! The t-shirt and BUFF will be mailed to the address you use for registration.
If you are currently signed up to run the 2020 race, and would like to continue to run virtually, you do not need to do a thing. We will mail your swag directly to you. Run whenever you want and let us know how it went on Facebook or Instagram.
To keep expenses low in this unprecedented year quantities are limited! SIGN UP NOW.
If you have questions please contact us directly.
We look forward to seeing you live and in person in 2021 for the Berbee Derby. Until then, let's all keep Running for Our CommUNITY!
If you are already registered, please make your selection below.
Join us for the VIRTUAL Berbee Derby 17th Annual Thanksgiving Day 5K Run/Walk.
Did you know that every time you run the Berbee Derby you are giving right back to this local community? 100% of the proceeds from the Derby fund the Technology Education Foundation (TEF) which has raised over $1,600,000 since the race started. The funds have helped MANY schools and non-profit organizations help close the technology gap so prevalent in under-served populations of all ages.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?