MARATHON SEEKS CHARITY PARTNER
Tuesday, August 19, 2014

The Cellcom Green Bay Marathon charity partners and their volunteers play a vital role in the planning and execution of this exciting community event. The marathon has three charity partners each year with staggered three-year terms. This structure allows one new charity to join the event each year. The Cellcom Green Bay Marathon is currently accepting applications for consideration in selecting our 2015-2017 charity partner. 

 

Visit our CHARITY PARTNER PAGE to learn more and to apply!

 

NOTE: Only online applications are accepted.

Posted at 10:36 am in Charity
MARATHON PHOTOS AVAILABLE
Tuesday, May 20, 2014

You conquered the Cellcom Green Bay Marathon! Congratulations – victory is yours! Make sure to check out all the great images of you from MarathonFoto!

Click HERE.

Posted at 1:30 pm in Marathon , Race Day

Finisher certificates are now available.  Click on the following links for your race’s certificate:

Marathon

Marathon Relay

Half Marathon

5K

 

Posted at 11:28 am in Marathon , Race Day
NEW MEDAL ENGRAVING – iTAB
Monday, May 19, 2014

Congratulations! Now that your hard work is done, relax and celebrate your achievement by personalizing your fantastic Cellcom Green Bay Marathon finisher medal with an iTab. The iTab is a plate engraved with your name and finish time, which fits neatly in to the back of the medal. Simply click on the link below to confirm your details and your iTab will be engraved and and mailed to you for just $10.00.

 

http://www.itab.us.com/product.htm?product=greenbay14

 

 
Posted at 8:24 am in Marathon , News & Updates front page
EXPECT TRAFFIC & PARKING CHALLENGES
Thursday, May 15, 2014

With two start times and two completely separate courses, where you can park and how you get to the start line are different this year.  Also, there is a lot of construction in the area.

 

The full marathon starts at 7:00 a.m., and the half starts at 8:00 a.m. The two races run in opposite directions.  With staggered start times, and new courses, some roads that have always been open in past years, won’t be this year. 

 

 

Click HERE to find details regarding parking and anticipated road traffic disruptions for each race.

Click HERE to see WBAY’s coverage of the story and interview with Race Director Sean Ryan.

 

Posted at 10:08 am in Marathon , News & Updates front page , Race Day
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