RunBoston provides many services other than private tours and group fun runs. If your hotel, business, university, or social group would like to partake in a New England running event, RunBoston can help!
Many organizations have utilized our staff’s diverse experience to help plan road races, to orient and foster a team building experience to their members, and provide a completely customized private group run.
See the links below for more information, and please contact us if you would like to discuss how RunBoston can be of service to your organization.
ORIENTATIONS OR OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS
With 30+ universities located in the greater Boston area, it can be hard to come up with a new student orientation activity or special event that’s both unique and interesting to students. While there is a dearth of tour opportunities for students, from trolley to duckboats, there’s nothing that provides the “lay of the land” quite like a tour on foot does. But as we at RunBoston always say, “Why walk when you can run?”
We are pleased and excited to now offer historic runs to groups from local universities and colleges. An experienced and knowledgeable guide will lead a group of students* on a running tour of the best sights that Boston has to offer. RunBoston will work with university staff members to determine both the mileage and suggested course in advance of the run.
So why not:
• Set up a few new student orientation runs
• Organize a fun run for alumni weekend
• Start a guided running club with its basis in history/local lore
• Set up a monthly running tour for interested students (e.g., celebrate Black History month in February with a tour through the Black Heritage Trail, 1.6 miles connecting sites of interest; celebrate national literacy month in September with a tour of important literary sights, such as the location of Edgar Allen Poe’s residence).
Let us know if you are interested by using the form below.
*For safety and ease, RunBoston suggests a maximum of 30 participants. We also suggest a minimum of 1 guide per (approximately) 7 runners.