Are you a local business with a product or service that you would like to promote? Join us May 18th for the 2nd Annual Mountain View Miles for Migraine Run/Walk Race Series.
Become a Miles for Migraine Race Vendor and we will provide you with a table; tablecloth and two chairs at the race finish area. We will add your logo to our sponsorship page on our website. We encourage you to bring a branded tent to help make your company stand out.
All vendors are required to provide a service (massage, chiropractic, etc.) on race day morning, or offer a product/promotional item for sampling or distribution to the race participants and volunteers.
We also ask that you provide an item(s) valued at $100 or more that will either be included in our prize list or given away online.
Your company must be considered a small business or nonprofit to be accepted. The fee to participate is a $100 donation to Miles for Migraine. For an additional $25 we will provide you with social media promotion through our Facebook and Twitter accounts, and allow you to place an item or promotional coupon in the participant race bag. We are estimating 400 participants and volunteers on race day. The donated product or item must be received at the address below no later than May 10th.
Migraine is more than "just a headache". More than 30 million Americans are affected by migraine each year - and one in five women suffer. Help us raise awareness - Run or Walk to help benefit Migraine/Headache Research and Patient Education. We are a 501c3 registered nonprofit and produce the only Migraine run/walk event in the U.S.Please join us on May 18th!
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Miles for Migraine
Miles for Migraine is a registered 501c3 nonprofit whose mission is to help improve the lives of migraine patients and their families, and to help ultimately find a cure. We want to raise some big noise that migraine is more than "just a headache" and are using our Race Series as our staring point. We hope you will join us.
One in five women in the U.S. suffer from migraine. Migraine is not "just a headache" but a serious neurological disease, which the WHO ranks among the top 20 causes in the world of years of healthy life lost to disability. With acute attacks ranging from mild to severely debilitating, migraine can, over time, become progressive in both frequency and severity and has the potential to become a chronic condition with significant disability. Indeed, in a 2004 report the WHO classified severe migraine in the highest category of disability along with quadriplegia or terminal stage cancer. However, whatever the level of severity there is no doubt that migraine profoundly impacts a sufferer’s life, self-esteem, family and livelihood.