Posted on 12 August 2011.
Last year's Run to Victory. (Derek Hill Photography)
RANDLEMAN, N.C. – The 6th annual Run To Victory will be held on Sept. 24, with the hopes of warmer weather and even more participants. 1,000 athletes are expected to run, walk and wheel through Randleman, N.C. in support of Victory Junction, a camp for chronically and seriously ill children.
Both the half marathon and 5k events begin and end at Victory Junction this year, starting at 7 a.m. Post-race festivities include a pancake meal at the camp’s Fuel Stop and an award ceremony for participants.
“It’s amazing to think of the continued support we have received for this event each year,” said Kyle Petty, Founder and Vice Chairman of Victory Junction Camp, in a statement. “Our community, camper families and volunteers are like no other and that’s the reason this event is so successful after six years. It’s an event that not only helps us see more campers, but helps us stay in touch with our community and our donors.” Continue Reading