Oct | 23

OORAH! Are You Ready to Run the 37th Marine Corps Marathon?

You can cheer on MCM runners on Twitter with the hashtag #37thMCM.

Ready to Run?

This Sunday is the 37th Marine Corps Marathon, a historic race on a beautiful course around our nation’s capitol. For the ninth year in a row, Brooks is the premier footwear and apparel sponsor of this “The People’s Marathon”. In addition to providing all the official Marine Corps Marathon gear, Brooks will be hosting Run Happy events throughout the weekend. If you are in town to run or cheer at MCM, we hope you can join us at the expo and on the race course!

Race Expo

Over 100,000 visitors are expected to attend the three-day Marine Corps Marathon Expo at the Armory (2001 E Capitol St, SE Washington, DC 20003). The Marine Corps Marathon Expo will be open Thursday, Oct. 25 through Saturday, Oct. 27 at the Armory . This is your chance to pick up your race packet and Brooks Marine Corps Marathon technical running apparel. Each year we sell out of MCM apparel, so get to the expo early for all your MCM shirts, shorts and jackets.

Expo Hours:

  • Thursday, October 25 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  • Friday, October 26 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 27 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Share Your Experience

Whether you are running 26.2 miles or just cheering on family and friends, you can share your MCM experience on Twitter by using the hashtag #37thMCM, celebrating the 37th year of the Marine Corps Marathon. While you’re on Twitter, be sure to follow the marathon at @marine_marathon and Brooks at @brooksrunning.

VIP Porta Potty

Shop at the Brooks booth and you could earn a pass to the Brooks VIP Porta Potty!

In addition to our expo booth, Brooks is also hosting our VIP Porta-Potty for runners before the race on Sunday morning.

To visit these heated, deluxe potties close to the starting line, you will have to have an entry sticker displayed on your race bib. Click here to learn how you can score a VIP porta-potty pass before Sunday. Below is a map showing you where Brooks will park these deluxe toilets on the morning of the race.

For additional information about the Marine Corps Marathon, visit www.marinemarathon.com. We wish all the runners good luck! And as the Marine’s say, OORAH!

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About Joel
I am a runner in Seattle, Washington. When I'm not at work, I enjoy camping, running trail races and exploring the outdoors.

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