Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a family discount?
Yes! Registration for families will be significantly discounted. Each registration after #2, will be discounted by $20.00
Is there a group discount?
Yes! Businesses, churches, other organizations, and even a group of friends can save $8 per person and even compete for prizes when you choose to register as a team.
Is there an early bird rate?
Yes! The first 100 racers will get $7.00 off using code EARLYBIRD
Can I buy a registration for a friend?
Yes! We encourage it. On the registration form, choose “Register for someone else”
Can I sponsor a child or adult to participate?
Yes! Our goal is to sponsor students and families associated with our city partners that do not have the financial resources to participate. Your generosity can make that happen. Choose the sub-event labeled “Scholarships” to purchase 1-20 scholarships. You can email email@example.com to purchase greater quantities.
Can I walk the race?
Where will the race be?
The race will be located in downtown Memphis at Autozone Park.
What time is the race?
- The 5k and the 1 mile will both start at 11AM.
What time should I arrive?
- The race gun will sound promptly at 11am. Leave plenty of time to park, get to Autozone Stadium and, if you have not previously picked up your race packet, to get your race day packet. We recommend arriving no later than 10:30am.
Where do I pick up my Race Packet?
- Packet Pickup information can be found here:
Where do I park?
- Parking is available onsite at the Autozone Park Field.
How can other cities host a race?
R4R is intended to be a gift to cities across America. We are happy to speak to organizations that would be interested in helping bring a race to their city. Each city’s own non-profits would be the recipient of race profits. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
How will the funds raised be used?
The designated 3-4 city partners in each city will share the race profits between them. It is Race for Reconciliation’s desire to raise awareness of the needs, bring healing, honor, and hope to each city, and fund the non-profits that are daily working to overcome the problems created by generations of racism.