It looks like the 8th annual Highlands Guinness Run is a go, which is slated for Saturday, March 6. This should be an exciting event, given how very few races have been organized in the last year due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The organizers of the event, the Highlands Business Partnership, will be strictly adhering to the NJ State guidelines per Executive Order #107 & #150.
The Highlands Business Partnership’s 8th Annual Guinness Run will be held on Saturday, March 6th, 2021 at 2PM. Registration is $30.00 and includes a commemorative t-shirt, a Guinness Pint Glass (for the first 100 applicants) and access to the Post-Race Party at Off the Hook with complimentary appetizers and Guinness Beer. The race will begin at Off the Hook, 1 Navesink Avenue, where contestants will fill their cup and race to Grand Tour and back to Off the Hook. The contestant with the most liquid in their cup at the finish line, wins the 1st Place trophy and $100 in Bid Bucks. 2nd Place will receive a $50 Bid Buck.
For easy online registration for the Guinness Run please go to https://highlandsnj.wufoo.com/forms/q9fukrg0ujxskp/, or you can register the day of the event at Off the Hook, starting at 1PM. This event is sponsored in part by Ritchie & Page and Off the Hook.
*****Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Highlands Business Partnership will be strictly adhering to the NJ State guidelines per Executive Order #107 & #150.
Executive Order #107 – Please keep 6ft apart at all times
Be courteous when waiting to sample and be sure that the person in front of you is at least 6 feet from you.
All HBP events are subject to change due to Executive Orders and CDC recommendations.
We thank you for your cooperation and look forward to an enjoyable experience.
For additional information, please call 732-291-4713.
Tickets are available for $30 per runner. It’ll be held from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Off The Hook Restaurant & Bar on 1 NJ-36 in Highlands, NJ. Don’t forget to check out photos from last year’s event below, as well as the video above!
source: Highlands Business Partnership via Facebook