Fundraising continues until Nov. 30.
When the finish line shuts down, there will be still be time for Corporate Challenge teams to vie for the top titles. The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma Corporate Challenge is judged on three types of criteria: participation, performance and fundraising. Teams receive one participation credit for each mile an employee walks/runs in a Williams Route 66 race. Performance credits are given to teams when an employee finishes a race and places first, second or third in their corporate challenge division. Fundraising credits are given to the top three teams in each Corporate Challenge division, who raise the most money in the Run United! fundraising campaign benefiting the Tulsa Area United Way. Fundraising continues until Nov. 30.