The Hot Cider Hustle Half Marathon & 5K will take place Oct. 27 in downtown Green Bay, and a portion of the proceeds benefit the mentoring programs of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin.
If you’re a helper and volunteer, we need YOU for this event.
We need 100 people to help staff the Hot Cider Hustle in various capacities -- and if we have 100 people volunteer, we can receive up to $10,000 in support! All volunteers will be assigned duties as needed. Options will include: Registration/food & cider hand out; Course Marshal/Water Station.
Each volunteer will receive a free T-shirt and experience the fun and camaraderie of a fall recreational event with friends, family and other BBBSNEW supporters. Youth volunteers are welcome, however any child age 14 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.
If you're a runner, use the code BBBS to get 10% off the registration price. Every time this code is used, BBBSNEW will receive 10% back. Details: http://wisconsinruns.com/greenbayhotciderhustle
Registration assistant – Volunteers will help with the process of participants checking in. They will check if the participant is registered by last name and if so then give them their race materials. Some volunteers will also assist with the process of new participants signing up the day of the race.
Post-race registration/food – Once registration is closed, the tents will be used for food primarily. Volunteers will help organize the food and monitor it while participants are finishing. Hoodie exchanging will also be going on. Participants will be asking to exchange their hoodies for a different size and at this time it is okay as long as they didn’t run in it.
Course Marshal – Course marshals will be placed on the course (in pairs of two minimum) and help direct the participants so they run the correct way. Here we ask the volunteers to be as enthusiastic as possible encouraging the runners to have a good time.
Water Station – Volunteers assigned to the water station will fill up cups of water and help distribute them to passing participants.
Medals – Every participant receives a finisher medal. Volunteers will be assigned to hand out the medals to the participants and they come across the finish line
*Volunteers will more than likely work more than one job throughout the event. Also, there will be more jobs than listed above, those are the most typical.
- Volunteers should sign-in with their organization upon arrival to keep track of volunteers in attendance.
- Please dress appropriately for the weather. Check the forecast prior to arrival of the event.
- Volunteers are there not only to help but to have fun!
- We greatly appreciate and depend on volunteers so thank you all in advance!