2019 Pick-up times are below. You must pick up your packet at one of these locations in order to get your bib and shirt or choose the option to have it mailed to you when you register for the race. If you are pre-registered for the race, you may pick-up your packet at any of the locations below. You do not need to let us know ahead of time where you will be picking up your packet. We will have all the remaining race packets at each location. Packets will not be available at these locations outside of the times and dates listed.
Packet Pick-up Times:
Saturday, April 27, 2018. Noon to 3pm.
Location: Performance Running Outfitters (Oak Creek)- 7956 S. Main St., Oak Creek, WI.
Sunday, April 28, 2018. Time TBA
Kenosha (Race Weekend):
Friday, May 3, 2018. 10:30am to 7:00pm
Kenosha Public Museum, 5500 1st Ave, Kenosha
Kenosha (Race Morning):
Saturday, May 4, 2018. 5:15am to 6:40am
Race site, near start line.
(Please be sure to arrive with plenty of time, if you are picking up your packet on race morning, as we assume that this will be a popular option and lines may be long. The race begins at 7am, so we will be cutting off pick-up at 6:40am.)
NOTES: Picking up your packet before race morning is STRONGLY encouraged. You may have a friend or family member pick-up your packet for you. They will need your confirmation email to pick up your packet. (Your confirmation email is the only proof you have that you registered for the race. We recommend bringing it to packet pick-up regardless.)
Mailing option is available.
You can have your bib, teeshirt, timing chip, and goodie bag mailed to you before the race for $25. Select this option when registering for the race. If you do not select this option during the registration process, you can do it at a later time by emailing Jonathan at email@example.com. Packets will be mailed out in mid-April. You must be registered and have the mailing option selected by April 15th if you want your packet mailed to you. If you contact us after the 14th, we will not be able to mail out your packet. Only one race packet per mailing; no double stuffing.
Updated September 10, 2018