Teams

The Corporate Cup is a team event that offers exciting challenges and wellness incentives and benefits a great cause.

Divisons

In the corporate division companies compete against others of similar size. The community division is for family groups, clubs, churches, organizations, unions and other groups whose members don’t receive W-2 forms from the organization.

Participation

Virtually everyone can participate, including family members. They can:

  • run or walk the 10-kilometer (6.2 mile) timed course
  • run or walk the 2-mile UNTIMED course
  • enter their children ages 5 to 10 in the 100-yard dash (There is a small fee for this race for all children who don’t have a race bib from the longer courses).

No pets are allowed on either course. In addition to animals being an asthma trigger for some people, the danger of tripping over a leash is too great. MP3 players and strollers are allowed on the course. Participants with strollers should be courteous to the other participants around them and start behind the runners.

Team Captains

Each team needs a team captain to register the team, distribute information and turn in appropriate materials to the American Lung Association by the deadline. Much of this can be accomplished online at www.omahacorporatecup.org. See the registration section that follows for more details. American Lung Association staff are ready, willing and able to help you get started and answer any additional questions you may have. Contact your special event staff at CorporateCup@Lung.org or by calling (402) 502-4950!

What is a Corporate or Community Team?

A team consists of a captain and a minimum of four additional team members. A team may have more than one captain, which is a great way to share responsibilities.Corporate teams are classified as Division A (1-99 employees), Division AA (100-499 employees), Division AAA (500+ employees).  Community teams are classified as church groups, non-profits etc. Monies raised by individuals on a team combine to make that team’s fundraising total.

Does forming a team cost more?

No. When you register as a team, you pay a “Team Fee” to the American Lung Association. Because of this one-time fee, your team member’s registration fees are reduced. 

Team fees are based on your team’s division. This fee is a one-time donation paid at the time of registration by your company. 

  • Division A (1-99 Employees) - $250
  • Division AA (100-499 Employees) - $500
  • Division AAA (500+ Employees) - $750
  • Community Team (Church groups, non-profits, etc.) - $100

There is also a registration fee for all team participants. The earlier you register, the more money you save!

How much is the registration fee?

FY18 NE Cup Reg Fees                                     
Last Day for Early Bird Discount ($5 off) is on March 31, 2017!


 

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