2018 Race for Preservation 5K/10K presented by Livingood's Appliances and Bedding

5K, 10K

Event Date

Sat, Feb 24, 2018


Savannah, GA


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5K Walk

$35 $35 Closed

5K Run

$35 $35 Closed

10K Run

$40 $40 Closed

5K Run/Walk - Military / First Responder / Student / Group Rate (10+)

$25 $25 Closed

10K Run - Military / First Responder / Student / Group Rate (10+)

$25 $25 Closed

About This Activity

The 5k (3.1 mile)  and 10k (6.2 mile)  awe-inspiring routes highlight five historic Savannah neighborhoods: The Landmark District, Victorian District, Thomas Square Street Car, Ardsley Park Chatham Crescent, and Daffin Park/ Parkside. HSF's 2018 Race for Preservation presented by Livingood's Appliances & Bedding is a family friendly event and a perfect way to support your community while having fun. Historic Savannah Foundation and our race title sponsor, Livingood's Appliances and Bedding aim to educate runners, spectators and the general public about the importance preservation by showcasing its impacts along the race route in five historic neighborhoods.  Hopefully you are ready to run the 10k or 5k with us – or if you cannot run, there is always the 5k walk!

We invite and encourage companies to participate in our race to promote a healthy lifestyle among staff–assemble a team today—registration discounts are given to groups who register as a team with 10 or more runners. Be sure to bring the family along and register for our Stroller division!

Registration is open through February 22rd. Late registrations will be available during the packet pick up at Fleet Feet Savannah on Waters Avenue on Friday, February 23rd, 2018 from 10AM-6 PM and on race day.

Race registration fees are structured to offer savings for early birds, military, first responders, and students as well as rates for groups with a minimum of 10 race participants.  Registration Fees are non-refundable. All race proceeds benefit the ongoing work of Historic Savannah Foundation. By supporting this race you demonstrate your commitment to preserving and protecting what makes Savannah special.

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