The Running Awards in association with everydayhero has announced a range of high profile sponsors and supporters for this year’s awards evening which takes place at indigo at The O2 in London on Friday 24 April.
Blackbaud fundraising platform everydayhero was confirmed as the headline sponsor in December, and The Running Awards in association with everydayhero has been going from strength to strength and attracted a lot of interest from businesses, brands, events as well as runners and consumers alike.
A unique partnership with Runner’s World has also been forged, with the Runner’s World PB Awards taking place in the first part of the evening in front of industry guests, creating the definitive gala night whilst recognising the very best in the running industry.
Official supporters of The Running Awards in association with everydayhero include Intersport UK, STAG, HOKA ONE ONE, Lornah Sports, Shock Absorber, ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon and Ealing Half Marathon.
The organisers have teamed up with Pic2Go UK to bring social media image technology to the awards ceremony, which will be the first time this technology application is put into action at an awards event in the UK.
Co-Founder of The Running Awards Paul Corrick says: “We are pleased to unveil our sponsors and supporters for this year’s awards evening, and we would like to express a huge thank you to everyone who has been supporting the awards. There has been a record number of votes, with runners choosing their favourites from many categories including shoes, races and retailers through to most exciting blogs and favourite charity. We are looking to the awards evening and to celebrating all things running on Friday 24 April.”
Balcony seats are still available, giving runners the opportunity to be present at the 2015 Running Awards in association with everydayhero, the only independent annual awards ceremony recognising and celebrating the best of running and its culture. Balcony seat tickets are priced at £25 and include a free drink upon arrival in the VIP bar, access to the aftershow party at indigo at The O2 and an exclusive everydayhero technical running t-shirt. Please go to http://therunningawards.com/balconytickets for further info and to book your ticket.
Most categories are now closed but runners can still vote for their ‘favourite event’ at http://therunningawards.com until midnight on 22nd April, and the ‘favourite charity’ category remains open until 10.00pm on the night, Friday 24 April.
Go to http://therunningawards.com for further information about The Running Awards in association with everydayhero.
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