Run The Day Celebrates 20 Years of Supporting Races and Fueling Great Causes

Run The Day's Race TechnologySubmitted Image

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Run The Day is celebrating twenty years of helping events and fundraisers. Run The Day’s unique approach to assisting races through promotion, registration, fundraising and race day timing services has helped thousands of communities, race directors and runners.

“We are thrilled to celebrate our 20th anniversary” said Tim Krueger, Run The Day’s founder. “We are grateful for the trust that races have placed in us over the years and remain committed to delivering innovative solutions for our customers as we continue serving the run community for many years to come.”

As part of its future, Run The Day announced a partnership with eseo, an innovative mobile community technology platform, at the end of last year. “Tim and the Run The Day team have done an incredible job of listening to and serving race customers over the past twenty years” said eseo founder Ian Campbell. “Run The Day was founded years before the first iPhone came out” continued Ian “So when layering the cutting edge technology that didn’t exist during Run The Day’s first twenty years with the Company’s unique understanding of community race needs, we expect to see a tremendously positive impact on simplifying the race management process and elevating the runner experience.”

Recent announcements from Run The Day include:

READ:  Gang-Related Crimes: Charges Filed Against Three Men - ATF, Philadelphia Police & PA Attorney General Collaborate

As part of its commitment to never ending technological innovation, Run The Day has already started efforts on integrating with ChatGPT and other new AI technologies.

Unlike many organizations that mark milestones with special deals and promotions, Run The Day is choosing to commemorate the occasion through continued hard work and unwavering focus on delivering top notch service to its race customers. The same work and focus that has built the Company during its first twenty years.

For the latest news on everything happening in Chester County and the surrounding area, be sure to follow MyChesCo on Google News.