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Participate with your family and friends in the fifth annual Piggyback Dash, a timed 10K and 5K run, as well as a 2K fun run/walk. This unique race will take you on a rolling course through Union with a challenging, but rewarding finish at the top of Autumn Hill. As part of the inspiration behind the race, runners have the option to voluntarily carry someone piggyback style up Autumn Hill to the finish line for extra finisher swag.Learn More
This event has been a success from the beginning thanks to generous businesses and residents of our local community. Both monetary and product/service donations are needed to make this event a success. Check out our multiple sponsorship levels. All donations are tax-deductible.Learn More
Do you want to share in the excitement of the event, but don't want to run or walk? Sign up to volunteer at a water station, the finish line, or multiple locations along the course. The success of our event is dependent on the support, time, and effort we receive from all our volunteers. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Do I really need to carry someone piggyback the entire distance? Find the answer to this and other frequently asked questions.Read More
Throughout high school, Lance and friends would run almost everyday after dismissal. He routinely ran up Autumn Hill, sometimes more than once per run. Lance loved the hill and the challenge it presented. He never complained about it. Rather, his was the voice of encouragement for others to rise to the challenge. In fact, he is the first person we know of to carry someone piggyback up the hill. Hence the race name, The Piggyback Dash.