Last year, 26 individuals besides myself contributed to A Good Run. Collectively, they ran in 18 different U.S. states and four different countries. I thoroughly enjoyed reading each of their posts and received some great feedback about their experiences.
Besides the documentation of my personal running trips, my goal with the blog is to allow others to share their cities via a run, thank important people in their lives and highlight a cause that they support.
I’m currently in search of 12 new runners to contribute to the blog over the course of the next twelve months. My goal is to share one run a month, potentially more given the response. If you are personally interested, please view the post requirements and either send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or leave a comment on this post. Let me know what city you’d like to feature and identify a month (over the next 12 months) that you’d like to reserve. I promise that it will be a rewarding experience!
Please share this post with the runners in your lives. I’d love for them to contribute.
Previous A Good Run Participants:
Joey DeSanto Jones, Washington, DC
Michael Boulter, Flint, Michigan
Chad Corbitt, Gainesville, Florida
Lynn Chapman, Birmingham, Alabama
Brendan Cunningham, Beacon, New York
Jenn Adams, Reno, Nevada
Ernie Chan, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Amanda Muhlbauer, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Tillie Good, Ames, Iowa
Tracie Rodriguez, Raleigh, North Carolina
Sandi Blankenship, Hangzhou, China
Joel Runyon, Chicago, Illinois
Jared Holder, El Paso, Texas
Ellen Chesnut, Okoboji, Iowa
Jayson Meyer, Indianapolis, Indiana
Allan Hammell, Twin Cities, Minneapolis
Anne Riley, New York, New York
David Wyble & Ally Browning, St. Joseph, Missouri
Mario Villa, Austin, Texas
Ben Dictus, Portland, Oregon
Tawny Barin, Los Angeles, California
Kirstin Leih, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Calvin Chan, Mississauga, Ontario
Clayton & Jessica Schuety, Little Rock, Arkansas
Cathy Mores, Manhattan, Kansas
Christopher Yow, San Jose, Costa Rica