Opinion: Thanks to supporters of the 2010 Red Nose Run

By Al Bernotas/Member or the Low & Slow Running Club of Del Mar

On behalf of Fresh Start Surgical Gifts for Kids and the Semper Fi Fund, the Low and Slow Running Club of Del Mar extends its sincere THANK YOU to all of the numerous contributors/sponsors for helping to raise over $17,000 through the 2010 Red Nose Run.  Since 1992, it is the support of many individuals and businesses, which has enabled a small local running group to raise over $160,000 in support of Fresh Start and the Semper Fi Fund.  While space only allows us to list the major contributors and sponsors; we say to ALL in these difficult economic times:  Well Done, Thank You and God Bless!!

Coldwell Banker; Coseo Properties; CMR Risk Insurance; Del Mar Diamond Boutique; Del Mar Thoroughbred Club; Grand Pacific Resorts; Josepho Group; Poseidon Restaurant; Professional Maintenance Systems; Alice Brown; Bernotas Consulting; Board & Brew; David Smith, MD; Del Mar Lifeguards/Fire Dept.; Frogs/Club One; Gaspar; John Coseo; Kimball, Tirey and St. John; Michael & Susan Duringer; Miramar Signs; Nick Labetz; Novak & Co.; Rowley Portraiture; Schmidt Fire Protection; Trilar Management Group; Washtek; WLA Investment; AND THE 200 RUNNERS

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