Please read the following waiver and select that you agree to the conditions below.
I know that volunteering at a road race involves potential risks and that I should not volunteer unless I am medically able. I agree to abide by any decisions of race officials about my ability to safely volunteer. I agree to follow the instructions outlined by race officials regarding my volunteer assignment. I assume all risks associated with volunteering for this event including, but not limited to injuries from falls, the potential for being struck by a vehicle, windblown or collapsing scaffolding, barricades and signage, the effects of the weather, including high heat and/or humidity, high winds, lightning, and extreme cold, snow and ice, traffic and the conditions of the road, all such risks being known and appreciated by me. I further acknowledge that the organizers reserve the right to refuse or revoke my volunteering for the event for any reason. All such risks being known and having read this waiver and knowing these facts and in consideration of this entry, I hereby for myself, heirs, executors, and administrators waive any and all claims I may have for damages against the applicable State and municipality, the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, Inc. (MMRF), Conventures, Inc., and their respective directors, officers, employees, agents and independent contractors, and all sponsors and individuals associated with the event, their representatives and successors, assignees for any and all injuries suffered by me in connection with this event, including pre and post race activities. I hereby grant permission to the MMRF and its authorized agents to use my name, photographs, videotapes, motion pictures in connection with this event, including any other record of my participation in this event for any purpose. Date, time and location subject to change.
Description of Volunteer Opportunities:
to assist with registration process.
This includes handling registration fees and donations. Volunteer will be handling cash and making
change. An on-site orientation will be given upon arrival. Attention to a
high level of Customer Service is a must.
COURSE MARSHAL: Volunteer to be
placed along the walk routes to direct and encourage runners. Volunteers should
plan on being on the course for approximately two and a half hours. Dress
comfortably and for the weather.
WATER STATIONS: Fill and
distribute water cups at one of the following locations: the start, the finish
or on the course. Volunteers need to
make sure that water remains plentiful for all participants as well as clean
the area after the runners/walkers have passed.
REFRESHMENTS: Help organize
refreshments (granola bars, bananas) and assisting with the distribution after
the event. This duty also includes clean
up (bagging all trash and corrugating all boxes). Registration Volunteers
are also able to volunteer for Refreshments.
INFORMATIONAL/DIRECTIONAL GREETERS: Help
direct participants accordingly. Volunteers will be placed mainly in the registration
area to help guide those participants arriving on event morning.
FINISH LINE: Help with tag
pulling, select timing and chute control. Individuals will be instructed
by timing company. Registration
Volunteers are also able to volunteer for the Finish Line.