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Published on March 27, 2013

Montana Women’s Run Announces Sponsors

Billings, MT — The Montana Women’s Run has announced its sponsors for its 32nd annual race, which is being held May 11, 2013, the day before Mother’s Day.

The Run’s major sponsors include Billings Clinic, ExxonMobil, First Interstate Bank, KTVQ Television, and the Planet 106.7.

The event sponsors are Archie’s Ford; Billings Family YMCA; Bottega; Energy Laboratories; Gainan’s; Sanctuary Spa/Joy of Living; Inches-A-Weigh; Olive Garden Italian Restaurant; Perkins Family Restaurant and Bakery; Scheels; Stella’s Kitchen & Bakery; and Yellowstone Valley Woman magazine.

Supplier sponsors are American Water Technologies; Wheat Montana; Best Western Clock Tower Inn; Montana Timing; and Safway Supply.

“We are very pleased to welcome our sponsors for the celebration of the 32nd Montana Women’s Run,” said Renee Coppock, President of the Montana Women’s Run. “It is only through our sponsors’ support that the Women’s Run is possible.”

The sponsors enable the Montana Women’s Run to achieve their goal of over 9,000 participants. “We are very excited that we exceeded over 8,700 participants last year, and we continue to see our numbers grow each year,” said Coppock, who urges women of all ages to sign up and participate in the Run. “And,” she adds, “be sure to thank our sponsors and tell them you appreciate their support.” The Montana Women’s Run is a non-profit organization and proceeds benefit local women’s programs.

The Montana Women’s Run will hold their 32nd annual event this year in downtown Billings on May 11, 2013. Women of all ages and abilities are encouraged to participate. In order to emphasize participation and health rather than competition, the motto is: Bring a Friend: “Walk it, Run it, Live it!” Enter online or download an entry forms at www.womensrun.org.

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