Source: Running USA
Three-year agreement also includes Presenting Sponsor of the Tech Tent at Running USA 2014: The Industry Conference in San Diego
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - (April 24, 2013) - Running USA, the national industry non-profit organization, has announced that ChronoTrack has signed a three-year agreement to be an "Official Partner of Running USA". In addition, the timing leader will also be the Presenting Sponsor of the Tech Tent at Running USA 2014: The Industry Conference in San Diego this coming February.
"We welcome and thank ChronoTrack as the Official Partner of Running USA, and they also return as Presenting Sponsor of the leading-edge Tech Tent," said Susan Weeks, Running USA CEO. "ChronoTrack's support enables Running USA to further advance the growth and success of the running industry as well as to present the best conference in our sport."
"As we expand our organization and our services to further support the running industry, we are excited to work more closely with the team at Running USA," said David Remick, CEO of ChronoTrack.
ChronoTrack is a trusted provider of race solutions for race organizers and timing partners. ChronoTrack solutions time 25 of the 30 largest races in the U.S. and has a network of more than 200 timers in 35-plus countries.
In 2012, ChronoTrack launched ChronoTrack Live, the next generation race platform providing race management and live race services. Combined with ChronoTrack's hardware and certified partner network, ChronoTrack provides the most comprehensive set of race services. To learn more visit: ChronoTrack.com.
About Running USA
Running USA advances, serves, promotes and celebrates the sport of running as a clearinghouse and resource center and though its popular annual conference, website, Running USA wire, Running USA Industry E-News, National Runner Survey, annual marathon, half-marathon and State of the Sport reports, and by providing athlete support via the Allan Steinfeld Development Award.
Running USA's more than 330 members include events with 2-plus million finishers and prize money exceeding $5.7 million, race services companies, running-related media companies and organizations and the athletic industry.
In March 2009, the non-profit industry organization marked a decade of achievement to build and promote the sport. For more information, visit: RunningUSA.org or contact Ryan Lamppa at (805) 966-7747 or Ryan@RunningUSA.org.