Bolder Boulder brings active runners and consumers to town

Bolder Boulder is the biggest participant sports event in Colorado, the 2nd largest running race in the United States and the 6th largest running race in the world. It was recently named America’s Best 10K by Runner’s World, and it is one of the largest Memorial Day celebrations in the United States.

It’s a big deal. It’s also a boon to our local economy, attracting more than 50,000 participants and 100,000 spectators from all over the world. In one weekend, Bolder Boulder has a $10 million impact on the City of Boulder. We can help you get a piece of the action.

The Camera reaches 75 percent of adults attending community events or festivals, and our Bolder Boulder Race Day Guide features all the information athletes and their support  teams need to prepare for the event. Our Race Results Edition will keep the rush going, publishing the names and times of every runner who takes part in the race. Both are  sure to be keepers with the race’s 50,000-plus participants.

And don’t forget the Bolder Boulder edition of our Green Light coupon book, distributed inside 10,000 local race registration bags as well as in the Camera on Friday, May 13. It deadlines this Wednesday.

There is no better vehicle for reaching our market’s active consumers than the Camera. Call 303.473.1400 today to reserve your space in the Bolder Boulder race guides and special edition of Green Light.


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2 Responses to Bolder Boulder brings active runners and consumers to town

  1. DaveDigell says:

    …And drives them away with their absurd and petty ticket to Christopher McDougall…read the latest on what silly ass Boulder is up to. Geesh!

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