NEW 5K TITLE SPONSOR
Belcara Health Joins Baltimore Running Festival as 5K Sponsor
Baltimore, Md. (August 19, 2019) — Corrigan Sports Enterprises, Inc. (CSE) announced today Belcara Health has signed on as race sponsor of the Baltimore Running Festival’s 5K distance. More than 20,000 runners from all over the world will visit Charm City on October 19th for the 19th annual event that features a full marathon, the CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield half marathon, four-person team relay, and the Belcara Health 5K.
Belcara Health is a unique, multidisciplinary practice where patients in Baltimore can access plastic surgery, dermatology, ophthalmology, integrative medicine, and nutrition services under the same roof. With top-tier, nationally recognized physicians and specialists collaborating, every patient is guaranteed top-of-the-line care.
Dr. Michael Cohen, Medical Director and Founder, Belcara Health, said, “As a cutting-edge medical practice with a mission to help every patient achieve optimal health and personal confidence, we are incredibly excited to support the Baltimore Running Festival and its mission to positively impact the health of the Greater Baltimore community. ”
The Belcara Health 5K course will once again start at Light and Pratt Streets in Baltimore’s iconic Inner Harbor. The flat 5K course will show off the scenic views of Charm City’s most famous landmark before finishing down the amazing home stretch as the other race distances – along Pratt Street near McKeldin Square. All 5K runners receive a crab themed finisher’s medal, which features Camden Yards in 2019, along with an Under Armour race shirt.
Lee Corrigan, CSE president and the event’s executive director, said, “It’s great to have a new sponsor join our corporate partners who understands the importance of this community event for the city. Belcara Health’s support will enable us to continue to deliver a world class race experience for our 5K runners.”
The festival generates nearly $40 million in economic impact annually and raised more than $13 million for local charities since its inception in 2001.
For more information, visit thebaltimoremarathon.com.