FLR BUSINESS PARTNERSHIPS
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Four Legged Running now partners with businesses to help employees reach their racing goals while raising funds for non-profit animal rescue organizations!

 

If you are a business interested in learning how to partner with FLR complete this form: FLR Fitraising.

*Four Legged Running's Fitraising Journal is not intended as an exercise prescription tailored to any specific individual. Please consult with your physician before beginning any new exercise routine. Especially if you have any underlying conditions such as (but not limited to) heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, etc.  If running with your pet, please consult with your pets vet before choosing a distance best suited for your dog's breed, age, and fitness level.

 

VIRTUAL RACE RESULTS FORM:

All fields are required for accurate reporting and to ensure optimal fundraising for your designated non-profit animal rescue organization. If your employer has not partnered with FLR, you will not be able to complete this form.

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Four Legged Running Fitraising sends completion data to your employer in order for your employer to determine fundraising incentives. Employers receive an aggregate report showing only that you have completed a virtual race. Your employer will NOT see what race distance or time in which you completed your virtual race.

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Address required only if you would like to receive magnet completion badge to display.

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FLR fitraising

Where FITness meets fundRAISING!

COMING SOON!

Four Legged Running's Fitraising Journal helps you train for a 5k, 10k, 15k, and/or half marathon. This journal is not intended as an exercise prescription tailored to any specific individual. Please consult with your physician before beginning any new exercise routine. Especially if you have any underlying conditions such as (but not limited to) heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, etc.  If running with your pet, please consult with your pets vet before choosing a distance best suited for your dog's breed, age, and fitness level.