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Wednesday, January 04, 2017
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The next registration price increase for the 2017 Running USA Industry Conference goes into effect on Monday, January 16. As always, there will be expert panelists, best practice breakout sessions, networking opportunities and much more. Register today and save!
Miami Marathon Generates $52 Million for Miami-Dade County Economy
The event generates more than $52 million for the South Florida economy each year in the form of food & beverage, lodging, retail shopping, local transportation, tourist attractions, other entertainment, race fees, and miscellaneous expenses.
Through educational initiatives, research and reporting, industry-leading events, media relations and a host of other avenues, we've continued to expand our mission, while helping hundreds of Running USA members manage and develop their races and businesses.
Dorie Clark Set to Help Race Directors Build Their Brands at the 2017 Running USA Industry Conference
Clark will inspire attendees with her talk "Building Your Brand as a Leader," touching on the importance of harnessing one's personal brand to strengthen and grow a business, race and running community.
The 2016 Race Director Survey, our latest industry-leading research report, captures a comprehensive look at the thoughts, feedback and opinions of race directors providing the industry an in-depth review of the trends and challenge of those putting on road races.