The 35th annual Front Runners New York LGBT Pride Run is a 5 mile race in Central Park that will draw in more than 5,000 runners and thousands of fans from across the country. This event, organized by Front Runners New York (FRNY) in collaboration with New York Road Runners, is an official qualifier for the TCS New York City Marathon and donates a portion of proceeds to a charity beneficiary.
The 2016 LGBT Pride Run is nearing capacity! Sign up today or you may miss out! Register here! #FRNYPrideRun
This year's race has a new hashtag! When you talk about the race, and we hope you do, use the hashtag #FRNYPrideRun so we can see just how viral we can make this race. Also remember to sign up for email updates and like us on Facebook to keep up with all things Pride Run!
Unveiling the 35th Annual Pride Run Logo
The logo for the 35th annual Pride Run works to highlight the runner in a less literal and more abstract manner. The use of brush strokes in the pride flag colors creates a sense of movement, giving nod to runners as well as the pride flag. While a darker and less vibrant color pallet helps create a level of sophistication without being stogy, and maintains a fun vibrant look that embodies the Pride Run Race.
Front Runners New York (FRNY) is currently offering event sponsorship opportunities at various levels. Sponsorship opportunities are available for companies that aim to demonstrate their supporter of athletic events, fitness and wellness, and the LGBT community.
Please contact Maria Woehr, Sponsorship Coordinator, at (908) 358-2894 or priderun@FRNY.org to reserve available sponsorship opportunities or to learn more information.
2016 Charity Beneficiary
GLSEN was elected by FRNY membership to be the 2016 FRNY LGBT Pride Run Beneficiary—congratulations GLSEN!
GLSEN works to ensure that every student in every school is valued and treated with respect, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. Since our founding in 1990, GLSEN has worked to ensure that all students can realize their individual potential and that school climates emphasize respect for all.