The Red Eye Relay is an all-nighter. It’s a ridiculous challenge that brings teams of runners a step away from the average run, a race that adds sleep deprivation to the already difficult task of running multiple races in one night. What goes together better than running yourself silly and staying up all night? Well, maybe peanut butter and jelly, but what the heck? The fun starts on a Saturday evening at Indiana University’s Robert C. Haugh Track & Field Complex. From there, goofballs get giddier as the course winds through some of the hilliest terrain that the midwest has to offer before a grand finale finish on Sunday morning back at the track.
John Lederer says
We are interested in a quote for a arch similar to the Red Eye Relay arch. We have 4×8 ft banners that we can attach.