In case you haven’t seen any of our blogs concentrating on our makeup of employees, EXAIR has a group of employees who actually think running is fun. Needless to say, I do not find running to be one of my strong suits. A few members of the EXAIR running crew are going to be running a rather difficult race this weekend. This race has been said to be “one of the most grueling sub-mile runs on the planet” (according to the event organizers).
That’s right, this race is not a marathon, or a half marathon, it is said to be the oldest micro-mini marathon. You may be asking yourself what kind of race is this? Well it is a hair more than 1/3 of a mile, steeply uphill. This will be the 37th year for the Straight Street Hill Climb.
The best parts of the race is all the proceeds benefit the Cincinnati Soap Box Derby, a great family event here in Cincinnati that goes on every year. This is yet another way that the members of EXAIR give to our local community. Now if we could just get Professor Penurious to finish up his Soap Box Derby car, and find someone willing to let their kid ride in it, we may get to compete in the downhill race too! I doubt it would go as smooth as the video below however.