Contact: George Gehling
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 Murray, Utah – On your mark! Get set! Roll! Registration for the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah’s 21st annual 5k Run, Walk and Roll is now available at www.biau.org. This family friendly event will take place on May 16th, 2013 at Liberty Park. Participants can run, walk, or roll their wheel chair or recumbent bike through the park, with all proceeds used to provide free resource counseling, education programs, and online support to brain injury victims across the state of Utah.
This year we hope to welcome special guest, brain injury survivor Daniel Mollino, who started a 3,650 mile bicycle ride on March 30, 2015 from New Jersey, with his sights set on San Francisco. His intent on making this heroic journey is simply to create awareness about brain injury and its sometime invisible effects on those who suffer. Daniel’s cycling is slated to bring him through Salt Lake City during our annual 5K Run, Walk and Roll!!
Event Information: 5K Run, Walk and Roll
Date: Saturday, May 16, 2015, 7 a.m. registration. 8 a.m. start time Location: Liberty Park – 600 East 1300 South
Registration: Tickets are $25 until May 1st and includes a t-shirt, and $30 after May 1st and can be purchased online at www.biau.org or by calling (801)716-4993.
Details: Runners will be timed with prizes awarded for top speeds in each category. Event includes a vendor fair, raffle prizes, and an event t-shirt for those who register early.
For many struggling with brain injury, including the victim and their families, their 3,650 mile journey to recovery began instantly because of an accident or a catastrophic illness. You can help support and rally in the cause of brain injury resources and prevention by running, walking and rolling in our race this coming May 16th! To learn more, or to register, visit our website at www.biau.org.
The Brain Injury Alliance of Utah, BIAU, a non-profit community organization in Murray, Utah, serves Utah Residents who have been affected by a brain injury by providing resources, education and a shared community connection through events and each other. BIAU also works in conjunction with industry professionals such as case managers, physicians and therapists with their online forum and with their library of information. For interviews or more information please call (801)716-4993 or visit our website at www.biau.org.