North Carolina Roadrunners Club

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Welcome to NCRC
Welcome to the North Carolina Roadrunners Club, commonly known as NCRC! We're a nonprofit organization that's a member club of the Road Runners Club of America, one of 18 RRCA clubs in North Carolina. We're based in Raleigh, where our club began in 1979 (see the About NCRC tab for more details). NCRC hosts three races each year, ranging in length from 5K to half-marathon, and holds two annual fund-raising events (see the NCRC Races/Events tab for details). Benefits of becoming a club member include race and in-store discounts, a bimonthly online newsletter, volunteer recognition, and the opportunity to join our 1,000 Mile Club (see the 1,000 Mile Club tab for details). We also hold social runs and other events throughout the year (see the Calendar tab). All runners and walkers are welcome to join us!
Special Club Member Deals Page
If you join the North Carolina Roadrunners Club, you can get access to special race and training discounts, including a new discount to the Oct. 28-29 Tuna Relay. These discounts will now be listed on our website and accessible to members on a single webpage. Members who sign in to this site can go to the Resources tab and click on Club Deals, then Claim Offer to see the discount codes. Non-members can see what discounts are available to club members. 
Thanks to Our Volunteer Prizes Donors
NCRC thanks all of the local businesses that contributed prizes for our volunteer recognition picnic last month at Lake Wheeler park in Raleigh. Those donating grand prizes included Fleet Feet, Second Empire restaurant, Runologie running store, The Fresh Market, Omega Sports, Irregardless restaurant, Metro Diner, O'Charley's restaurant, La Rancherita restaurant, and Starbucks. Other prize donors included Inside-Out Sports, New Balance, Pace Yourself Run Company, Dunkin Donuts, Ben & Jerry's, Plum Naked lip balm, Brasa Brazilian Steakhouse, Cape Fear Seafood Company, City Barbeque and Catering, First Watch restaurant, Flying Biscuit Cafe, Imperial Garden Chinese Restaurant, Las Margaritas Mexican Restaurant, Pei Wei, Red Hot & Blue, Relish Craft Kitchen and Bourbon Bar, Saints & Scholars Pub, Sawmill Tap Room, Torchy's Tacos, Wegmans, and Top Nails. Thanks also to our volunteers and to Emily Newkirk and her assistants for gathering a great group of prizes. We'll plan to do it again next year.
Adopt-a-Highway for 2Q 2022 — Saturday, June 11

For 20 years (since 2002), the North Carolina Roadrunners Club has been keeping clean the 1-mile stretch of Millbrook Road in Raleigh going from Shelley Lake to Creedmoor Road in quarterly Adopt-a-Highway cleanups. Come join other volunteers for a fun, social morning while providing a community service! It’s some of the easiest NCRC volunteer points you can earn. Safety vests, bags, gloves, and post-pickup refreshments are provided. (NCDOT requires that volunteers must be at least 12 years old and that children 12-17 be supervised by an adult at least 21 years old.) We will meet in the parking lot at the Sertoma Arts Center / Shelley Lake at 9 a.m. to get organized!

We'll have some juices, coffee, and snacks afterward back at the Sertoma Arts Center / Shelley Lake parking lot after the cleanup. Stick around and socialize if you can!

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