Twilight 5K Benefiting Movember

The Summit Twilight 5K benefiting Movember, now in its fourth year, is a Davidson tradition. Set for November 22, 2014, it’s the fourth of four races in the 2014 Summit Twilight Racing Series.

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The race caps Team Summit Foundation’s monthlong fundraising effort for Movember, a global non-profit organization raising money and awareness for men’s health issues. Summit leads a town full of moustache growers for all of November, generating awareness of the cause through some terrific upper lips.

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Directions
The race starts near Summit Coffee in Davidson, North Carolina. Take I-77 to exit 30, head East on Griffith Street, then turn right on Main Street. Registration will be at Summit Coffee.

The Course
A beautiful, challenging nighttime 5K road course through scenic Davidson, past churches and homes, along scenic paved greenways, and finishing on South Street near Summit Coffee. Movember 5K is the series’ only event run completely in the dark. The Davidson greenway will be lit with 1,000 luminaries for this memorable evening.

The Festival!
All runners get free entry to Summit’s fantastic post-race party, with live music, food, beer, and awards.

Race Day Schedule: November 22, 2014
4:30 p.m. Registration & Packet Pick Up
6 p.m. Race Start
6:30 p.m. Post-race Festival
7:15 p.m. Awards Ceremony

Awards
Awards will be given for the top 3 males and females overall, plus awards for age groups: top 3 in ages 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60+

Entry
Through October 12: $15
Through October 22: $20
Through November 21: $25
Race day: $30

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Beneficiary
The race caps Team Summit Foundation’s monthlong fundraising effort for Movember, a global non-profit organization raising money and awareness for men’s health issues. Summit leads a town full of moustache growers for all of November, generating awareness of the cause through some terrific upper lips. Last year the series raised over $5,000 for the charities it supported.

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