Join the Finish Line Party
On Saturday, April 30, 11 am to 6 pm, Cape Cod Coffee in Mashpee Commons will be hosting a Finish Line Party. All are invited to a celebration of this year’s teams, participants, and volunteers.
The family-friendly event will feature games, including cornhole and Jenga, as well as face painting. There will be live entertainment, featuring:
- Rick Lockwood, 12-2 PM
- Beautiful Tuesday, 2-4 PM
- Carly Tefft, 4-6 PM
There will be raffle prizes, including gift certificates to local restaurants and a round trip on Cape Air, as well as Ruck4HIT merchandise for sale. A variety of food, including burgers, hot dogs, chicken, pizza, and pasta salad, as well as drinks will be available for purchase.
HIT supporter Bo Swayze, a Marine veteran and marketing consultant at Cape Cod Radio, will serve as the MC for the party. It’s anticipated that all teams will be finished by 1:15 PM on April 30 though some may finish in advance of that.
About the Ruck4HIT
Heroes In Transition is proud to announce its seventh annual, team-based endurance ruck relay event — Ruck4HIT Cape Cod. A total of 13 teams will run 200+ miles through all 15 towns on the Cape, starting at midnight on Friday, April 29, 2022 at the Courtyard Restaurant in Bourne. The race will conclude roughly 36 hours later with a Finish Line Party at Cape Cod Coffee in Mashpee Commons on Saturday, April 30. From Bourne, participants will ruck to the tip of the Cape in Provincetown where the first team challenge — climbing the Pilgrim Monument together — will occur. Teams will then head to the finish line in Mashpee Commons. Each athlete will run 2-4 miles at a time with a 10- to 20-pound rucksack on his/her back. The rucksack is symbolic of the burdens our military and veterans make and have made in service to our country.
Why do we Ruck?
4 Those Who Can’t
Ruck4HIT was created in collaboration with supporters, local veterans and those currently serving to raise awareness and funds for Heroes In Transition and their programs which provide critical assistance to service members, veterans, and military families. As every service member is forced to carry the burden of war during active service and beyond, carrying the ruck sack is symbolic of hardships endured and the perseverance required to complete the mission, all in the continuing effort to never leave a fallen comrade behind.
Donate to a Team:
Please consider supporting a team or individual runner by making a donation at https://raceroster.com/events/2022/56567/ruck4hitcapecod-2022.
Ruck4HIT’s mission is to raise awareness and funds for Heroes In Transition and their various programs. Please see the Sponsorship Levels sheet for a complete list of sponsorship opportunities.
For more information or to become a sponsor, contact Nicole Spencer at: email@example.com.
We need volunteers to work at each Exchange location throughout the Cape. There are 70 exchanges throughout the cape and we need 2 volunteers at each one, for about 2 hours each. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about volunteering during the Ruck4HIT race.
Please visit our Facebook Page, @Ruck4HIT to learn more about Ruck4HITCapeCod!