50 U.S. Cities I’d Like To Feature

I’ve been able to fill about 20% of the first 52 weeks for my running project.  Runners across the United States and Canada have raised their hands and have volunteered to run their city for a cause.  As I work towards filling the remaining spots, I thought it would be fun to recommend a city in each of the 50 states for the project.  Any city will work, not just what’s below, but I hope that the following recommendations will spark some interest. Also remember that the runs do not have to occur in the United States.  I’d love to include as many international runs as possible.

If you’re interested, or know a runner in one of these cities who might be interested email me at sgood@grassrootgive.com, pass this link along or comment on this post.  You can see the weeks that need to be booked here.  Remember, you’re run only needs to occur in one city, but feel free to get creative with a multi-city, multi-day run.  You can find the requirements of each run at the bottom of this post.

Alabama – Mobile

Alaska – Anchorage

Arizona – Sedona

Arkansas – Fayetteville

California – San Francisco

Colorado – Fort Collins

Connecticut – Hartford

Delaware – Dover

Florida – Miami

Georgia – Savannah

Hawaii – Honolulu

Idaho – Boise

Illinois – Peoria

Indiana – Bloomington

Iowa – Quad Cities

Kansas – Lawrence

Kentucky – Lexington

Louisiana – New Orleans

Maine – Portland

Maryland – Annapolis

Massachusetts – Boston

Michigan – Grand Rapids

Minnesota – Duluth

Mississippi – Jackson

Missouri – Branson

Montana – Bozeman

Nebraska – Lincoln

Nevada – Las Vegas

New Hampshire – Concord

New Jersey – Atlantic City

New Mexico – Albuquerque

New York – Buffalo

North Carolina – Asheville

North Dakota – Fargo

Ohio – Columbus

Oklahoma – Norman

Oregon – Eugene

Pennsylvania – State College

Rhode Island – Providence

South Carolina – Charleston

South Dakota – Sioux Falls

Tennessee – Knoxville

Texas – Galveston

Utah – Salt Lake City

Vermont – Burlington

Virginia – Richmond

Washington  – Seattle

West Virginia – Morgantown

Wisconsin – Green Bay

Wyoming – Jackson

One Comment Add yours

  1. Brooke Sloss says:

    You need to add St. Louis to your list, especially in Missouri.

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