Email Communication Sent 7/30/2016


Just two weeks away from the big day. Please take some time to fully read this email to ensure you are well prepared for the the 100 mile journey.

START TIME/REGISTRATION DETAILS: We have calculated the initial start time's and they have been communicated via email. These times are a combination of the combined teams race pace and our logistical requirements. If you notice something that seems off, please let us know so we can review.

RACE DAY/NIGHT BEFORE REGISTRATION: As a reminder, registration will be held at Trapp Family Lodge on Friday 8/12 from 5-7 PM. Teams may also register the morning of the event. We ask that teams arrive 30-45 minutes prior to the published start times in order to complete registration. Be sure to have all of your safety gear at registration or you will not be permitted to register and start the race.

KILLINGTON COSTUME LEG #14: Both the Killington Uphill (#14) and Killington Downhill (#15) have become the topic of legends. The Killington Uphill (#14) is now the official "costume leg" so dress to impress but be sure your costume is family friendly.

FUNDRAISING: Now is the time to make the push on helping us increase the amount we can donate each year to our partner charities. We are again working with the Boys and Girls Clubs in Vermont and very hopeful all of you will take up the initiative to raise money. Please visit our Charities page for more information and to start your own fundraising page today!


Post Race Dinner: As a participant, your runner bib will serve as your meal ticket for the post race dinner. Meal tickets can be pre-purchased for those friends, family or drivers wanting to join in. Pre-purchase tickets are only available until 8/1/2016 after which we will have a limited number of meal tickets for purchase at the race.

Van Rental: We are pleased to announce that Enterprise Rent-A-Car is our vehicle sponsor for 2016. Our exclusive rates are available from any Enterprise Rent-A-Car. All the details can be found on the Planning and Logistics page. As you login to the Enterprise website it will be preloaded with our discount rates and ready for your use.

Lodging: The Trapp Family Lodge is the official starting point of the race and an exquisite place to stay the night before the race. The Stowe/Waterbury area also has a number of team friendly options for lodging. If Trapp Family Lodge is booked, check as they have the inside track on lodging in the area. Okemo Mountainalso has great team options available at a discounted rate. Visit the Planning and Logistics page for links and discount codes.

Post Race Breakfast: Once again Okemo will be hosting a post race breakfast. In years past, this has been a great opportunity to re-group with runners as well as race directors to see pictures and relax with a hearty breakfast and a cup of coffee. Tickets need to be purchased ahead of time on Okemo's website.

Handbook: The 2016 Team Handbook is now ready for download. Be sure to print or save to your digital device so that you have it handy on race day.

Facebook: Looking for a runner? Are you a runner and need a team? Looking for a ride? Communicate with other runners or teams on our facebook page. 100on100 Heart of Vermont Relay

Safety Gear: It is never too soon to be thinking about safety during the event, especially during the night legs. Registration packages cannot be picked up until each team's safety gear is checked so please be sure to bring it with you to the registration table when you arrive. Each team is required to have (2) safety vests (2) headlamps or flashlights and (2) rear facing flashing lights. Each team will have their safety gear checked at registration and won't be allowed to register without it. We have a limited supply of Flashers and Safety Vests available for purchase. If you purchase from us we will have them waiting for you at the start line.

Rob and the entire Heart of Vermont Productions team