MOO-VE It 5K
2nd Annual MOO-VE IT 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run
Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 10 a.m.
The MOO-VE IT 5K course will take runners on a tour of recent Downtown development. The course will begin on Bay Street, near the base of the Main Street Bridge and just one block west of the Cowford Chophouse. Runners will pass the restaurant, turn left to run on Newnan Street, then run west toward the stadium district. After a short loop around Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, runners will hoof it down Duval Street, pass the 3-mile mark on Adams Street, and finish strong at the Cowford Chophouse.
- $35 early bird registration (through February 24)
- $40 the week before the race (February 25 through March 2)
- $45 day of race
- $25 1-mile fun run
This family-friendly event will consist of a one-mile fun run to begin at 9:30 a.m., a 5K at 10 a.m., and a post-race block party on Bay and Ocean Streets, which will include music, beer, and food for race participants. Additionally, silver and gold level sponsors will be honored with a VIP rooftop brunch reception after the race.
Medals will be given to all participants, and top finishers will be recognized at an award ceremony. Each participant will receive a race bag with specialty items from our sponsors.
The proceeds from the MOO-VE IT 5K will benefit the Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center in their work as the Northeast Florida direct service provider for the Open Doors Outreach Network. Open Doors is a public-private partnership administered by Voices for Florida which improves care, coordination, and outcomes for commercially sexually exploited and trafficked children and young adults up to age 24. Together and alongside survivors, the Open Doors Outreach team works 24/7/365 to support each survivor’s well-being and connect them to appropriate resources to aid the recovery process. Funds raised will assist the organization in receiving a grant match for this program.
For more information, visit seethegirl.org.
The proceeds from the MOO-VE IT 5K will benefit the Open Doors Network, providing emergency services that ensure victims receive a comprehensive, trauma-centered service plan. Funds raised will assist the organization in receiving a grant match for this program.