Friday, April 3, 2009

Boston and the Epic Run

Hey all you prospective 2009 Boston Marathon runners, I have a cool announcement from the people at the Beyond the Epic Run movie!! Serge will be at the Boston Marathon expo and they want you to have a chance to meet him and see the film. Here is an excerpt from an email I got from the movie promoter about the event:
It would be great if you could let your other running bloggers know that Serge and the film will be at the Boston Marathon. If they are interested, I can arrange a time for them to meet Serge at the expo. Something special we are only doing for media and bloggers. He will also be hanging out at the Runner’s World and Beyond the Epic Run booth. We will be showing the film in room 200 at Hynes Convention Center:
  • Friday April 17- 5:30- 7 p.m.
  • Saturday, April 18- 4:30 to 6 p.m.
  • Sunday, April 19 – 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Going back to meeting Serge, we might be trying to arrange a blogger lunch with Serge at the Marathon during the Expo. Let me know if your bloggers are interested in meeting Serge and who they are and I will send them the details.
So if you or someone you know is going to Boston and would like to meet Serge and/or see the film, let me know and I'll get you more details. I so wish I was running this year! This would be such a cool opportunity!

4 comments:

Atrusni said...

Hey there, I hope you are doing good.

It's a great thing what you do for the running community. I am trying to get more involved with the running community or try to do some charity trough running, but for some reason I have not been able to.

Do you have any suggestions?, or maybe I can help you out with something, I don't know....any idea?

Keep up the good work, talk to you later!

Annie said...

Thanks so much for the post Reid!

Atrusni said...

Hey Reid, it has been a while since I have seen you post anything!!, are you ok?

Well, I hope you post something soon!

Regards,

bill carter said...

Hi Reid

First off, I want to thank you for just bein absolutely the nicest person (and a pretty talented runner at that).

On the one hand, it is such an honor to be able to even run a race like Boston. You know this first hand as Boston was such a special experience for you last year. Then, there is the fact that I couldn't run the race like I wanted to. In fact, if it had been any other race I would have stayed home.

One of the real bummers for me is that Annie Noll invited me to the luncheon to meet Serge and I spent the day in bed instead. I have already e-mailed her to apologize and it is one of my big regrets from Boston.

Thanks again Reid and continued success with your training!