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Sponsoring the Race is a great way to receive high community visibility pre-Race and on Race Day! Sponsorship is critical to our being able to support local breast cancer programs and national research grants. Sponsor gifts help underwrite Race expenses so more of the donations from Race participants can go directly toward funding breast cancer services and research.

When you invest in a Komen Columbus Race for the Cure® sponsorship, you invest in the lives of the people closest to you...the people of your community... your family, colleagues, neighbors and friends.

The Komen Columbus Race for the Cure is the largest road race in Ohio with more than 40,000 participants in 2013.  We are also the second largest Komen Race for the Cure held throughout the country.  You have the ability to reach thousands of people and make a lasting impact with sponsorship of the 2014 Race.

A number of area leaders and celebrities participated in the 2013 Komen Columbus Race for the Cure, including, Mayor Michael Coleman, NBC 4's Robyn Haines, ABC6's Maria Durant, 10TV's Tracy Townsend, Kristyn Hartman, Angela An and Mike Davis, Sunny 95's Stacy McKay, Power 107.5 DJ Misty Jordan and many more!

Download our Sponsorship Packet (pdf) for details on sponsorship levels, benefits and target marketing opportunities. For additional information about 2014 sponsorship opportunities, please contact Development Director Beth Waldren via email or by phone 614-297-8155 ext.  205.

An early commitment will ensure exposure at pre-Race events and inclusion in print advertising and collateral.

The Komen Columbus Race - voted Best Charity Event for a fifth year in a row by Columbus CEO Magazine readers-  makes headlines months leading up to event. Watch a highlight reel of some of the media coverage.