Inaugural ATSS Foundation Fun Run
Held in conjunction with ATSSA’s Annual Convention & Traffic Expo, this event helps support our charitable programs. Join The ATSS Foundation at the two-mile course conveniently located close to the convention center at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, 1 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 on Sunday, January 26, 2020, 7-8:30 a.m.
Whether participants are looking for a morning run or just a leisurely stroll, it's a great way to kick-start the day at convention. Runners receive post-race hospitality, a participant t-shirt, and a finisher’s challenge coin (based on availability).
Registration and Sponsorships
Registration is required to participate in the Fun Run. Participants who do not purchase a sponsorship can register for the event while also registering for ATSSA's Convention & Traffic Expo.
Sponsorship opportunities are available to support the Fun Run and The Foundation's programs, many of which also include event registrations and corporate recognition during the event and at ATSSA's Annual Convention & Traffic Expo. Available sponsorships are:
- Platinum - $5,000 (includes 6 entries in the Fun Run)
- Gold - $2,500 (includes 4 entries)
- Silver - $1,000 (includes 2 entries)
- Bronze - $500 (includes 1 entry)
- T-shirts ($1,200)
- Water/Gatorade (in-kind sponsorship)
- Reusable Water Bottles (in-kind)
- Fruit/Snacks (in-kind)
- Swag Bags (in-kind)
After purchasing a sponsorship, participants must register by logging into the Exhibitor/Sponsor Service Center and indicate which individuals will be participating in the Fun Run (instructions will be sent in your sponsorship confirmation email).
We are are looking for volunteers. If you would like to volunteer the day of the event, please contact Lori Diaz at 800-272-8772 or by email at email@example.com.
Proceeds from the Fun Run support The Foundation's Toward Zero Deaths efforts including the Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship program, the National Work Zone Memorial program, the Experience Camps Travel Scholarship program, and the Marty Weed Engineering Scholarship.