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The BibRave Podcast Episode 136: What you didn’t know about putting on a race with Race Director Beth Salinger

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Today we bring you Episode 136 of The BibRave Podcast! This episode is brought to you by Fort2Base, and features our conversation with Fort2Base’s race director, Beth Salinger. Interesting in running Fort2Base? Use code “BIBRAVE20” for 20% off your race entry!

We start our conversation learning about how Beth transitioned from the tech world into the world of race directing, and how she brought her personal experience as a back-of-the-pack athlete into enhancing race-day for back-of-the-pack runners. She also shares insight into the hidden costs that go into putting on a race event, from community outreach to increased police and security costs, and more. Finally, we dive into a little military trivia around Beth’s own race Fort2Base, and she shares some fun stories from combining military and civilian experiences into one race.

As always, you can find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! And, if you enjoyed this episode (or any other episode) we would love it if you could leave us a review on iTunes!

Show Notes:

For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!

If you like what you hear and want to get more, please subscribe in iTunes and leave a review. That pleases our overlords at iTunes… 😬

If you want more from the BibRave running community, check out our race review page at BibRave.com or follow us on Twitter @BibRave.

Thanks, and hope you enjoy!

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1 comment on “The BibRave Podcast Episode 136: What you didn’t know about putting on a race with Race Director Beth Salinger

  1. I loved this episode! So interesting to hear about more behind the scenes action and what goes into putting together a race/

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