Jersey Shore Here We Come
JERSEY SHORE – SEPTEMBER 6, 2014
The Insane Inflatable 5K is coming to your neck of the woods! Get ready to experience the most fun, wild and insane obstacle run in the world. Get “pumped up” for a course filled with the worlds largest and most extreme inflatable obstacles ever produced. Here’s your chance to be a kid at heart, but insane by choice!
|PRICE||GOOD UNTIL (11:59pm EST)|
|$59||September 5, 2014|
|$75||Event Day Only|
|$100||ALL ACCESS PASS (Sign up for any wave time, even if it is full.)|
SPECTATORS ARE FREE – SO BRING YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY!
Team registration is available and encouraged — get your friends, co-workers, gym buds and more to join you at this year’s most insane obstacle run! The largest team will be immortalized on our Facebook page and we encourage you to get insane with your team costumes. Team Captains get some really cool incentives!
“ALL ACCESS PASS”
Go Big or Go Home! The Insane Inflatable 5K offers individuals the chance to register for the “All Access Pass,” giving them the ability to run in any wave time, even if that wave is sold out. The All Access Pass comes with a special wristband color (handed out at packet pickup), which allows you to enter the starting line coral for any wave time you choose. In addition, it also gives you a $20 merchandise credit to get some sweet swag at our on-site merchandise tent.
Most of our events sell out and often times people do not get to run in the waves their friends are running in. The All Access Pass gets you into the wave with your friends even if it’s sold out. For all you procrastinators out there – you’re welcome!
FRIDAY PACKET PICKUP
Save time on Saturday by picking up your race bib and wave wristband on Friday, September 5th. Stop by any time between 3pm – 7pm. The location for Friday’s packet pickup is:
Stay to the right over Thomas A. Mathis bridge, and take route 35 south through Seaside Park. To avoid gridlock, it’s advised that you park between M Street and 13th Street. Take a left off Route 35 onto one of the side streets for event parking. The Oceanfront parking and municipal lots are also available to attendees at their normal fees.
Once parked, walk east toward the beach/ocean from any street in Seaside Park between 13th Street and O Street. Shuttle buses will be stopping at each corner along Ocean Avenue.
Note: Parking spaces in the middle of Route 35 will NOT be available.
When leaving Seaside Park, it is NOT advised to take Route 35 north toward Lavallette. Massive gridlock and delays are expected. Please take the bridge to Route 37 towards Toms River.
RACE DAY INFORMATION (EVENT SOLD OUT)
EVENT DAY INSTRUCTIONS
Get the scoop on everything INSANE. When should I arrive? What should I bring?
Is there bag check? FAQ’s and more.
Didn’t have a chance to read and sign the participant waiver during the registration process? Below is a link to download it:
- Mixed terrain and trail running
- Approximate 5K (3.1 miles)
Want to go behind the scenes at the Insane Inflatable 5K? Here’s a chance to support our efforts to create a fantastic event that ultimately helps us raise money and awareness for Hometown Heroes. We’re looking for energetic individuals and organizations to provide great customer service to our participants. All volunteers will receive:
- Customized Insane Volunteer Crew t-shirt.
- Lunch and snacks to keep you energized.
- Access to the Insane Midway full of games, music and food.
- More fun than anyone should have volunteering!
Hometown Heroes is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose main purpose is to foster an environment of goodwill, generosity, and encouragement by supporting local communities in times of crisis. We provide assistance with meeting unexpected needs in our communities, and do not discriminate based on ethnicity, gender, or age.
The organization provides an opportunity for all of us to give back to our neighbors through professional services, financial help, and advocacy. Hometown Heroes assists those in need to find solutions to problems that appear overwhelming. Our non profit has supported our neighbors through the Restore the Shore campaign, as well as providing assistance for individuals facing homelessness, domestic abuse, drug addiction, disability, and more.