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Sell Club Merchandise

What's Included?

RunSignUp makes it easy for your club members to purchase club merchandise.

  • Prompt purchases during membership signup or renewal to encourage acquiring club merchandise.
  • Allow club members to link to the store online to allow for purchases at any time.
  • Easily manage orders with the ability to set available quantities and cut-off dates.
  • Mobile-ready.
  • While there are not full store capabilities, you can set simple sales tax and simple shipping fees.

See how the Pikes Peak Running Club utilizes the Running Club Store capabilities!

Club Roster Management

RunSignUp provides an easy roster management system with customizable options for membership types. Use membership reminder emails to automatically notify your members to stay involved and renew their membership.

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Club Roster Management

RunSignUp provides an easy roster management system with customizable options for membership types. Use membership reminder emails to automatically notify your members to stay involved and renew their membership.

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From Our Blog:
Oct 15th, 2018
UX Update: MyRaces Screen

Things may look a bit different today when you sign in to RunSignUp. We’ve updated the MyRaces screen to make things easier to use. The new search bar makes it very easy to find your race. When the screen loads, your mouse cursor is already placed in the search field for you, so you can... Continue Reading →

Oct 12th, 2018
Re-Live the Symposium: Advanced Marketing

We captured some of our favorite presentations from the RunSignUp Symposium on video and are gradually sharing them with all our customers and friends. You can check out all the presentations that have been uploaded here: https://resources.runsignup.com/symposiumpresentations/ Our latest video release is the Advanced Marketing presentation by Eric Cone and Andrew Burke. They walk you through... Continue Reading →

What Our Customers Say:

“It truly is the most mature online registration system integration that I have in that it’s both additions and changes that go bi-directionally.”

- Roger Bradshaw, The Race Director