MVRBC Corpuscle ShuffleSaturday, June 6, 2020 in Davenport, IA at MVRBC, 5500 Lakeview Parkway, Davenport, IA 52807
5K or 1-Mile Run/Walk
at 8:00 AM
Planning to run or walk with a stroller? Feel free!
(No additional registration for your little one is needed)
Dogs will not be permitted, with the exception of service animals.
» $30 Early Adult Registration Through 5/8/2020
» $40 Late Adult Registration 5/9/2020 Through 6/5/2020
» $17 Early Kids 12 & Under Registration Through 5/8/2020
» $22 Late Kids 12 & Under Registration 5/9/2020 Through 6/5/2020
5K or 1-Mile Run/Walk - Registration
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Start and Finish at Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center. From start, route proceeds east on 56th St. through rolling hills and neighborhood streets towards Barcelona Ave. and Field Sike Dr. At Mary Noel Ave., participants will turn left (north) to begin a short loop on neighborhood streets to Devils Glen Rd. and then back (south) to Field Sike Dr. After passing Mary Noel Ave. a second time, the course returns to the finish on the same route as before.
The 5K course will feature mile markers, two water stations and will be patrolled at key intersections by Bettendorf Police Department and race volunteers.
Chip timed event
Friday, June 5th
from 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
5500 Lakeview Parkway
Saturday, June 6th
from 6:30 AM - 7:30 AM
Walk-up registration available
Sizes guaranteed for individuals that have registered early, through May 8th. Will do best to accommodate size requests for late and walk up registrations.
Top (3) Men & Women will receive an award
Top (25) will receive a giveaway
Blood donors participating in the race will receive a special gift.
Present your MVRBC Donor ID morning of the race.
Sponsorships and entry fees will fund Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Centerís LifeSavings grants, a program under which MVRBC provides funding to schools that host mobile blood drives. LifeSavings grants can be used to defray expenses for the blood drive, for educational purposes within the school district, or to support charitable initiatives as directed by the school.
By supporting schools that host mobile blood drives, the LifeSavings program is an important tool to help educate young people about transfusion medicine and blood donation. Thank you for helping MVRBC develop the next generation of blood donors!
|Professional Race Timing & Scoring|
This event will be timed by The End Result Company.
Join us after the Corpuscle Shuffle at 5ive Cities Brewing (2255 Falcon Ave, Bettendorf) from 9-11am for an after race party!
* Present your race bib to get $1 off pints and bloody maryís
* Enjoy breakfast pizza provided by Crust Pizzeria
* All ages welcome!
For event-related questions, please click on the *Contact the Organizers* button on the left-hand side of this page.