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The 24th annual

This is the place to find everything you need to
know about the 2014 event.

As we get information, we will update this page.

The Basics

Date: Thursday, May 29, 2014
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY
Race Distance: 3.5 miles (5.6K)
Fee: $34 plus $1.75 online registration fee
Registration Deadline: Friday, May 16, 2014
Official Web site: www.jpmorganchasecc.com


Registration is easy.  Register now>>  Download the reimbursement form>>

Last year 188 Unity employees participated as one unified team in this charitable wellness event. This year we're hoping for 225 on our team. Why
do we want more? There's no real good reason except that more is more when it comes to doing something healthy, participating as a team
for a local charity and breaking bread with co-workers at a catered picnic dinner . If you have been a Unity employee for at least three months and
work at least 25 hours per week, then you are eligible to participate. 

Your $34 registration fee includes some very cool stuff: a delicious picnic dinner, the official Corporate Challenge tee shirt,
the Unity team tech top (a breathable, moisture-wicking shirt) and a goody bag.

Note when you register you must pay the $34 fee using your credit card. You can then immediately fill out and turn in the reimbursement form
for $17.75 from Unity. Unlike most races, your form  will be processed as soon as possible. You will not have to wait until after the event
to be reimbursed.

Have questions? Get answers>>

About the Event

Every year since 1991, employees of Rochester-area businesses and organizations have raced for charity and celebrated at a post-race party. 
If you only participate in one Unity event all year, this is the one. Not only is the food excellent and the Unity team tech tops very cool, but
it's a great chance to see the Rochester business community come together in one place for one worthy cause, which will be announced at
the event. Last year the proceeds from 9,967 runners and walkers representing 399 companies went to the Greater Rochester
chapter of the American Red Cross.