Services and Fees
Shoe Tag Timing:
- $2.00 per runner with a $350* minimum fee. The price of the shoe timing tag if not returned is 30 cents each.
Bib Tag Timing:
- $2.00 per runner with a $350* minium fee. The price of the bib tag, including a standard bib is 75 cents each.
TRAVEL EXPENSES ARE NEGOTIABLE if your race is outside a 60 mile radius of Springfield, Illinois.
*this fee is negotiable for smaller races if I'm available.
All Timing engagements Include the following services:
- Registration Forms Can Be Automatically Created from our software.
- Registration forms can be exported and made available to the public through a mass Email feature or by uploading it to your website.
- We can import participants from your previous races no matter how its formated.
- Mailing Labels- To and From mailing labels are easily created from the database. Label Size: 2.625" X 1"
- Door Prize Machine- Our software pulls a given number of random participants from events registrants. You can specify if you want only one prize per person or allow people to win more than once.
- Lap Manager for Track Races- We can easily manage the number of laps each participant has completed. We can use a large TV to let the finishers see their own remaining laps
- All reports can easily export to Word, PDF, or Excel.
- Neighborhood Announcement Report to give to home owners along the course
- Race Statistics - Shows a detailed breakdown of your event by the following categories: Age Divisions, Athlete Types (runners, walkers, other), Zip Codes, Gender, Pre-registered vs. race day registrants, and attendance percentage (# of finishers vs. # of registrants)
- Overall Results (can sort by Finishing Time, Gender, Athlete Type, and Age Division)
- Age Division Results (can select Male or Female)
- Team Results Roster (can sort by Name, Bib #, Gender, Age Division, T-Shirt Size, Athlete Type)
- Suggestions for Directors: Our report Includes a race directors timeline for organizing an event, how to get free bib numbers, how to set up your registration and finish line areas, what pre-race announcements you should make, and much more.