Running is really powerful; not only is it great for your physical well being, it’s great for your mind too. Join us at SXSW this year to learn how to harness that power to resolve challenges, manage stress, improve memory and generate more innovative ideas by going on an Idea Run. “What’s an Idea Run,” you ask? Meet us at the corner of 4th and Neches in Austin at 7 a.m. on March 12, 13 and 14 to find out! Runs will feature different 5K and 10K routes each day.
And don’t worry, you won’t be in this alone! We’re partnering with a few of the most creative folks in the industry to lead runs and get your creative and innovative juices flowing and your heart pounding, too. They include:
- – Brendan Lowry, Founding Team, Marketing Director at Curalate (3/12)
- – Mike Rothman, Co-Founder and CEO at Fatherly (3/12)
- – Jessica Randazza, Head of Marketing at Danone—Early Life Nutrition (3/13)
- – Joah Spearman, Co-Founder and CEO at Localeur (3/14)
We’re serving up more than just miles for these morning runs. To inspire you to get out and run long after SXSW ends, participants will get some sweet swag each morning like hats while supplies last.* If that all was a lot to digest, here are your five W’s:
What: Brooks SXSW Morning Idea Runs
Where: The corner of E 4th and Neches St., Austin, Texas
Why: Harness the power and energy of running to resolve challenges, manage stress, improve memory, and generate more innovative ideas
How: Register (for free!) to run here and meet us in the mornings at SXSW
Run one morning, run two or run every morning with us and join the conversation online using #Run4Ideas and follow @brooksrunning on Twitter for the latest! Come ready to run (don’t forget your water bottles and anything else you like to have on you when you run), clear your head AND reach your own mental personal best.
Want to visualize your runs? We’ve got 5K and 10K options each and every morning.
March 12 5K and 10K Routes
March 13 5K and 10K Routes
March 14 5K and 10K Routes
*Promotional items will be given out while supplies last and on a first-come, first-served basis.