The Boulevard Bolt

Director:
Judy Skeen
Distance:
5 Miles
When:
11/22/2018 8:00 am
Where:
Belle Meade Blvd, beginning at St. George's Episcopal Nashville, TN Location Map

MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND JOIN US FOR OUR 25TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY RACE!!

The Boulevard Bolt, organized by volunteers, is a collaborative effort of Immanuel Baptist Church, St. George’s Episcopal Church and The Temple Congregation Ohabai Sholom in Nashville. Since 1994, the Boulevard Bolt has grown from 2,500 participants to over 7,500 participants. Today, the Boulevard Bolt ranks among the largest 5-mile races in the country. More importantly, we have donated $3,065,000 to the homeless community in Nashville.

The 2018 Boulevard Bolt will be the 25th anniversary of this annual Thanksgiving Day event. Every year, people all over Nashville and beyond come together to run or walk the 5-mile course on Belle Meade Boulevard. Whether you are a competitive racer, or just want to walk with friends and family, the Boulevard Bolt is a fun event for all and a great way to celebrate the season of giving.

The efforts of many people make the annual Boulevard Bolt possible. Race week volunteers, led by a Steering Committee of volunteers from each congregation coordinate the preparation and race day events. In addition, many generous individuals, organizations and corporations sponsor The Boulevard Bolt and ensure that the funds are raised to help the homeless.

Questions: molly@boulevardbolt.org

THANK YOU TO THE 7,415 RUNNERS AND WALKERS IN 2017!