Hendersonville Tennessee Events
The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has been postponed and the event is known as Ragnar Sunset Tennessee, presented by the Heritage Law Group. It was announced that Ragnar, "Ragnar Sunset, Tennessee," presented by the Heritage Law Group, will return for another JDRF benefit event in Hendersonville, Tennessee, on Saturday, November 5, 2017.
Because of the current situation with COVID-19, this race will look different, but the goal remains the same. Please note and understand that our knowledge of the circumstances surrounding the CO VID-19 is constantly changing and we will continue to adapt our policies to ensure a safe and healthy racing environment. As soon as more information about COID-21 and COIDs-20 becomes available, these guidelines will be amended and published in the future.
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When you have completed all 8 laps, the entire team will cross the finish line and celebrate what you have achieved with your amazing team. Urban planner franchisees set their own times and work together to provide valuable services to homeowners and local businesses in your area. If you are not on stage or celebrating, you can be part of our team, which offers you individual advice - centered, professional and legal - via one - one - one consultation.
Participants are asked not to hide directly behind other runners and to leave plenty of space when driving past. We ask participants to limit themselves to spectators as much as possible and to keep the crowds to a minimum. To prevent participants from gathering and to ensure that social dissociation measures are observed, no prizes will be awarded at the end of the race. To protect everyone, we will hold the award ceremony in a separate location from the finish.
A distance measure will be carried out on the area in front of the CVJM site before the start. In order to avoid overcrowding in this area, separate lanes and designated waiting points will also be set up.
Hand sanitizers will be available in busy areas and mobile toilets, including in the parking lot and in front of the CVJM site and at the park entrance. High - Traffic areas with mobile toilets include the front entrance, the main entrance area and the entrance area for parking and parking.
Participants are requested to arrive at the start no more than 15 minutes before the scheduled time. Pick-up participants must be at the start on race day by 12.30 pm at the latest. If you pick up your race number and t-shirt on race day, you must collect your package no later than 30 minutes before the start. The race is open to all ages, genders, races and races, but if the temperature is above 100.4, all participants are allowed to leave the grounds at any time, regardless of the weather.
To control the number of participants on site, participants are given a specific arrival time to pick up their packages and start their run. There are bins throughout the course and those who take up water can fill their personal water bottles.
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Heritage Law Group, PLLC is an estate planning and Elder Law firm owned by Jake Mason, based in Gallatin, Tennessee. Jake said: "I am thrilled to be working with the amazing company Ragnar to bring such a remarkable event to Gallatia, where I live, work and play.
If you love a good team challenge, then the Sunset Squad has put you up against the best teams and challenges. Team 4 will camp in a remote area of Hendersonville, Tennessee, just a few miles north of Gallatin.
A minimum number of volunteers will distribute bags containing pre-packaged snacks, water, food and water bottles to the finishers.
The event can last only one day or be expanded to a two-day overnight format. There are a number of options to travel between 60 and 200 miles with a team, and there is an option for teams of two or more people who have the option to travel between 60 and 200 miles to complete the team. The participants will be divided into staggered waves on the first day of the event from 6.30 a.m. Participants start simultaneously in waves of up to 20 participants and are separated on both sides at a distance of six feet, with a maximum of 150 participants (maximum 5 per wave) per wave, with no more than 10 minutes between waves.