GM Global Facilities 5K

About

At Trivium we have been extremely lucky to have the opportunity to work with Chevy and GM on the Prove It 5K for two years.  We love putting on races at unique venues and they are giving us the opportunity to partner with them again on a great race, for a great cause, on a unique course!  On November 4th, we will be putting on a USATF Certified 5K at the GM Warren Technical Center!  Runners will get the opportunity to run on this two loop, fast 5K course next to the gorgeous, historic reflecting pond.  This will be a 100% closed course.  The race will benefit the Dearborn Animal Shelter and the Michigan Special Olympics!

Sponsors

 

Thank you so much to GM Global Facilities, without their hard work, and continued support this event would not be possible!

 

chevy running club

This event would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of The Chevy Running Club!

Details

When and Where

Saturday November 4th, 2017

GM Warren Technical Center
29585 Mound Rd
Warren , MI 48092

Parking

For parking day of the race please follow signs, and securities directions.  Parking will be close to the registration site, and bag check will be available to help keep athletes from needing to run back and forth from their cars.

Schedule of Events

 

Friday November 3rd, 2017:

  •   Early packet pickup location and time TBD

Saturday, November 4th. 2017

  • 7:00 am – 8:40 am: Packet Pickup on Site
  • 8:50 am – prerace meeting at Start Line
  • 9:00 am – First wave starts the GM Global Facilities 5K
  • 10:15 am – Projected start time for awards

Entry Fees

Type Through 10/1/2017 Through 10/25/2017 Through Race Day
5K $33 $37 $41
5K Economic* $25 $25 $30

* The cost of racing is going up for everyone (both racers and race directors) We want to make sure every one of our races is accessible to every athlete.  If you are not interested in a medal, custom bib, or shirt, please select the economic option to still have an amazing race experience at a much reduced cost!

What You Get With Your Registration

Regular Registration – 

  • A Custom long sleeve soft cotton GM Global Facilities 5K Shirt
  • A Custom inaugural GM Global Facilities 5K finishers medal
  • Unique prizes for age group and overall
  • Live results
  • Event Photography

Economy Registration –

  •  A Custom long sleeve soft cotton GM Global Facilities 5K Shirt
  • A Custom inaugural GM Global Facilities 5K finishers medal
  • Unique prizes for age group and overall
  • Live results
  • Event Photography

Awards

  • Awards to the top 3 overall males and females.
  • Awards to the top 3 males and females in the following age groups: 14 and under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69. 70+.

Charity

    We are excited to once again be working with Chevy Running Club to donate to the Dearborn Animal Shelter!

    Trivium Racing and Chevy Running Club are excited to have the opportunity to give partial proceeds to The Special Olympics of Michigan!

Maps

Course Maps

    Come check out this fast, flat USATF Certified 5K course!  This will truly be a unique experience.  Not many people outside of the complex get the opportunity to run on this gorgeous route!

Rules

Rules & Guidelines

In the event the race should be canceled for reasons beyond the control of the Race Director or Race Committee (inclement weather or unsafe weather conditions; local, state or national emergency), refunds will not be made, but race packets, including race shirts, will be available at a location to be determined. Information will be available on the race website.

Refund Policy: No refunds for any reason will be issued for this event within 30 days of the event start date. Earlier than 30 days before the event, a request may be made for a 50% refund (this will be 50% of entry fee, excluding any processing fees). Entries CANNOT be transferred or deferred to another event or year. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made to this policy. By registering for this event you agree to this refund policy. To request a refund, please contact us on our Contact page and select “Registration” as the reason for your message.

Transfer policy: Entries can be transferred to another individual for a $5 transfer fee. T-shirt size will not be changeable. Entries CANNOT be transferred or deferred to another event or year. To request a transfer, please contact us on our Contact page and select “Registration” as the reason for your message.

 

WEAPONS POLICY

Excerpt from GM Global Security Policy
Guns, Dangerous Devices and Other Weapons
In support of the General Motors Workplace Violence Prevention policy, General Motors will not tolerate the possession
of guns, dangerous devices, or other weapons while on company property including company parking lots. The only
exception to this policy involves security personnel carrying firearms in situations as noted in the Security Section,
Chapter 1 of the General Motors Global Security Manual, law enforcement personnel and armed guards transporting
money on and off the premises, or where General Motors posts or otherwise communicates a different local policy (e.g.,
where General Motors believes this policy conflicts with a local law). Misuse of firearms by personnel authorized to carry
must be reported to security.
Though employees may legally own and carry weapons for personal reasons such as hunting or personal protection, it
remains a violation of the policy to have weapons of any kind on General Motors property, even when they are kept in
employees’ personal vehicles. Weapons are not allowed in company vehicles while on company property or while
engaged in work-related activities. Weapons may not be carried to work-related events even if an authority having
jurisdiction has issued a permit to carry or conceal the weapon. Violation of this policy will result in disciplinary action up
to and including discharge.
Application of this policy does not preclude assigned drivers of company vehicles from the lawful possession of firearms
in the vehicle when they are not on General Motors property or otherwise engaged in work-related activities.
The term ‘dangerous devices’ includes any device, the possession of, which reflects an intent and capability of the
possessor to use the device to inflict personal injury, whether under circumstances of assault or self-defense. This not
only includes martial arts devices and other objects generally recognized as being weapons, but also would include
otherwise innocuous devices that are possessed in such a manner as to reflect the prohibited purpose and capability,
such as, for example a tire-iron, lead pipe or baseball bat stored beneath a vehicle’s driver seat.