We have 3 different ways you can cash in by being a volunteer for our races. Yes, we do pay for our volunteers… kind of an oxymoron, isn’t it?
Click on the dots below to learn about how to earn free racing, club discounts, and group donations.
For more details, email email@example.com.
EPIC VOLUNTEER REWARD PROGRAM
Here’s how the Epic Volunteer Cash Rewards Program works: our volunteers receive points for volunteering at an Epic Races event. Each point is equal to $1 toward an entry fee. Points are cumulative and expire at the end of the following season. For example, if you earn 60 points in 2019, you have until the end of 2020 to use those points towards an Epic Races event. You will see point values during the volunteer sign up process.
Additionally, we have a slew of fun volunteer swag you will be earning along the way. More details and images coming soon!
Our race calendar is listed below. Please click on the name of the race to go to the event page, which will give more information about the event and will have a volunteer sign-up link in the top right corner. If there is not a volunteer link, it is because volunteer registration is not yet open. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
EPIC CLUB SPONSORSHIP REWARD PROGRAM
Club Sponsorships run on an annual basis per calendar year. To be considered for sponsorship, we ask that your club choose an event for which your club will serve as the event host club. Your club will need to provide a minimum of 20 volunteers to work at this event in order to qualify for a club-wide, 15-percent discount on all Epic Races events during that year. Additionally, for every five volunteers over the required minimum, your club will have a choice of either a $100 donation to your club or two free race entries that you can award or raffle off to your members.
Race-day volunteering counts as one full volunteer shift, while prior-to-race-day volunteering counts as one half of a volunteer shift (i.e., two volunteers working prior-to-race-day shifts receive credit for one full volunteer shift).
Volunteers must be a minimum of 18 years old when working a shift individually to count towards the club’s volunteer total. Youth volunteers may be ages 14 to 17 but each youth must be accompanied by two adults and may only work at aid stations.
To apply, please click here. Questions? Contact email@example.com.
We strive to professionally manage safe, fun, and eco-friendly multi-sport and endurance events that make each participant feel like a champion. With approximately 15 events, including triathlons, runs, bike races, swims, and ski races. None of these events could happen without volunteers.
Volunteers are very important to the success of our events. We place a high value on our volunteers and will donate money to school groups, church groups, or other non-profit organizations who come help out and make each athlete feel like an Olympian.
Check out what participants have to say about our volunteers:
“I just wanted to send my personal appreciation for putting such a great race in Michigan! The race was well managed, with plenty of volunteers throughout the course.”
“I did your race last year and had such a blast that I had to come back again. I have been racing triathlons for over 25 years and have been fortunate to race all over the world including a few Ironman and I cannot think of a race that I have enjoyed more. There are so many aid stations and your volunteers are second to none.”
“First, I wish to thank you and all your workers and volunteers for an excellently run race. I have been doing this tri thing for over 6 years and have learned to appreciate a well-run race.”
Volunteer shifts usually last about four hours, but more hours will get you more dollars. The pay structure for our volunteer groups is as follows:
10 – $150
20 – $400
30 – $750
40 – $1200
Please note that if a volunteer group covers an aid station, the aid station has its own value, each volunteer is not counted as one.
If your team or group would like to be considered for this fundraising opportunity, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 12-13: Frosty Freestyle and Krazy Klassic
Saturday, March 16: Waterloo G&G
Sunday, March 24: Probility Ann Arbor Marathon, 10K, 5K, Relay
Sunday, May 12 (Mother's Day): Suburban Chevrolet Goddess 5K
Saturday, June 1: Island Lake Triathlon
Sunday, June 23: Tri Goddess Tri
Thursday, July 4: Ann Arbor Firecracker 5K
Saturday, August 3: Ann Arbor Tri and WovlerineMan Collegiate Conference Race
Sunday, August 18: Swim to the Moon
Saturday, September 7: Ugly Dog Tri
Sunday, September 15: American Home Fitness Detroit Women's Half
Saturday, November 2: Hot Cocoa Classic and Marshmallow Mountain Mile
Saturday, November 9: A2 Turkey Trot to benefit Food Gatherers