Thank you for making the 2022 Fundracing at The Farm race a huge success. This year you helped us raise just over $35,000 to benefit the Isaiah117 House!
The final count for this years race had 219 runners! We had 67 runners for the kids race (great turnout for our first year) and 152 runners for the 5K race.
The following link https://kimberlyphilbeckphotography.pic-time.com/-isaiah117house2022obstaclerace takes you to Kimberly Philbeck’s pictures from the photo board and some of pictures from the kids race.
There was a collaboration of three professional videographers who generously donated their time and talent to recording the whole event. Justus Stewart, Garrett Ware and Jared Collins. You can view the free 360 videos that many of the racers and volunteers recorded on race day at this link https://www.notjustmediallc.com Look for the Isaiah house 360 link at the very top middle of their web page.
We are looking forward to getting you a link to the great event highlight video they are finishing in the next several days.
Please keep in mind that the sponsors are essential to putting on this race each year, we encourage you to use their services when possible.
The 2022 sponsors are:
First Horizon Bank
Southbound Real Estate
East TN Title & Escrow
Greeneville Light & Power
Advanced Cleaning & Restoration
Tony Jones Termite
Straight Path Distributing
A Wig Shoppe
Bluebird Exteriors LLC
Tracie’s Therapy and Massage
We will send out another email once we have all photos uploaded and the highlight video available on the website.
We welcome any feedback you might have for us on this years race. Please email suggestions for how we could improve the course, improve the experience, and any ideas that you might have on how we can get the word out to even more runners next year to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you back next year!
Mike and Sandy Vallie | Vallie View Farm
Gwyn Southerland | Isaiah117 House
Our family has been running obstacle course races for a few years now. We realized we could utilize our property and create our own race! That was how the “fundracing” idea came about: developing something people are already enjoying and turning into a way to give back to the community. Our long-term goal is seeing this course used to raise funds for various organizations. This year all proceeds for the 2022 race are going to the Isaiah House.
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