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Lenoir City, TN
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Abingdon, VA
Marion, VA
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Dublin, VA
Radford, VA
Christiansburg, VA
Salem, VA
Roanoke, VA
Troutville, VA
Lexington, VA
Stuart Draft, VA
Waynesboro, VA
Charlottesville, VA
Hollymead, VA
Springfield, VA
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Culpepper, VA
Manassas, VA
Centreville, VA
Fairfax, VA
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Washington, D.C.
Hyattsville, MD
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Beltsville, MD
Laurel, MD
Baltimore, MD
Bel Air, MD
New Garden, PA
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Upper Darby, PA
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Greenwich, CT
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Charlton, MA


Matt Ryerson
Matt Ryerson (Coordinator)
United Way of Bradley County

Yuri Davis
Yuri Davis
Farm Bureau

Shane Melton
Shane Melton
Farm Bureau

Don Bennett
Don Bennett
Church of God International Office

Matt Carlson
Matt Carlson
Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland

Johnny Clemons
Johnny Clemons
Personal Trainer

Britney Cooke
Britney Cooke
Cooke's Food Store

Jaime Lynn Barks
Jaime Lynn Barks
Stay-at-home Mom

Corey Divel
Corey Divel
City of Cleveland

Cameron Fisher
Cameron Fisher
Church of God International Offices

Brandon Fulbright
Brandon Fulbright

Miranda Fulbright
Miranda Fulbright
Hamilton County EMS

Fred Garmon
Fred Garmon
People for Care and Learning

Duane Goff
Duane Goff
Voiceopia Communications

Robert Green
Robert Green
Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Cindy Moore
Cindy Moore
Advanced Physical Therapy

Kyle Page
Kyle Page
GOAL Academy

Tricia Sherlin
Tricia Sherlin
Bradley Co Schools

E.K. Slaughter
Catoosa County Schools

Tim Spires
Tim Spires
Chattanooga Regional Manufacturers Association

Melissa Steve
Melissa Steve
Men & Women of Action

Madison Torrence
Madison Torrence
Skyridge ER Physician

Robert Green
Vanessa Torrence
Physical Therapist

Chris Wilds
Chris Wilds
Cleveland Utilities

Ben Williams
Ben Williams
Cleveland High School

Dana Ayers
Dana Ayers
Booz Allen Hamilton Consulting Firm


Ivey Lawrence
Ivey Lawrence (Communications Coordinator)
People for Care and Learning

Mike Watkins
Mike Watkins (Driver)
Habitat for Humanity

Jason Hensley
Jason Hensley (Driver)

Teddie Bennett
Teddie Bennett (Logistics)

Robert Briggs
Robert Briggs (Photographer)
Shades of Grey Photography

Allen Nope
Allen Nope (Driver)

Lee McChesney
Lee McChesney (Driver)

Clark Campbell
Clark Campbell
Pathway Press


The runners in Run Now Relay have set a fundraising goal of $50,000! This money will go to support two incredible charities:


This charity helps low-income/homeless girls in Boston achieve their dreams by providing the basic items necessary to enable them to participate in sports and physical activity, helping to lay the foundation for healthy, active lifestyles and quality learning experiences.

Dream Big! Website
Visit Dream Big! on Facebook


A not-for-profit organization dedicated to giving children with physical disabilities positive experiences through sports to build confidence, courage, and friendship, increase self-esteem, and create a better sense of self-worth all while giving them a positive experience they will use throughout the rest of their lives.

One Step Ahead Website
Visit One Step Ahead on Facebook


That distance [26.2 miles of a marathon] is a jog around the block compared with what a group of Tennessee runners will undertake next month when they set off on a 1,075-mile relay to Boston, where they plan to deliver more than $50,000 in donations to charities that help victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.


The Cleveland fundraising effort is unique."

Chattanooga Times Free Press

This isn't your typical marathon they're running, it's much longer."

WRCBtv Chattanooga

It’s a mission to raise money, but it’s a message to build hope."

Cleveland Daily Banner