Announcing Free Race Photos Courtesy of Route 66 Chevrolet of Tulsa!
You’ve trained hard all summer to run or walk your way across that finish line in November, and now, we’ve got an exciting way for you to hold onto your memories of race day! For the first time ever, the Williams Route 66 Marathon will be offering all participants FREE race photos thanks to Route 66 Chevrolet of Tulsa!
If you’ve ever run a race, you know that traditional race photo companies send proof photos to runners after the race and often charge an arm and a leg for them. Many runners choose not to purchase them, but instead share the watermarked photos – not a great situation for anyone! Thankfully, Route 66 Chevrolet has come up with a win-win solution. Route 66 Chevrolet has long served as our Official Vehicle Sponsor, but this year, they decided to up the ante and become the official Photography Experience Sponsor too! What does that mean for you? Why, free race photos, of course!
“We recognize what an incredible accomplishment it is to complete a race of any distance,” said Route 66 Chevrolet Executive and General Manager, Chuck Mulkey.“We also recognize how expensive it can be to try to preserve that memory. When looking for ways that we could increase our support for the marathon, we realized that by becoming the official Photographer Experience Sponsor, we’d be able to help runners and photographers alike. Photographers will get paid for their hard work, while runners will receive all the photos from their big day for free!”
Whether the 2019 Williams Route 66 Marathon is your first marathon or your 100th, you’ll have the good, the bad, and the ugly (hey, we’ve all been there) captured for free thanks to Route 66 Chevrolet of Tulsa! Don’t forget to share your photos on social media using the hashtags #rt66run #route66marathon and #rocktheroute! Who knows – we might just share yours and make you famous!
Thank you to Route 66 Chevrolet for sponsoring our 2019 event photographs and on-course vehicles!
Free photos got you convinced to rock the Route? Click here to register!