BECOME A LAB WEEK RUN 2019 SPONSOR
The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science’s (ASCLS) Annual Lab Week Virtual Run will continue in 2019 reaching thousands of Medical Laboratory Scientists, Medical Laboratory Educators, and Medical Laboratory Students all over the United States and around the globe.
We anticipate reaching over 2000 Medical Laboratory Scientists for our 2019 Lab Week Virtual Run.
What do I receive for sponsoring the 2019 Lab Week Run?

The Lab Week Run 2019 Presenting Sponsor (1) will be listed on all Lab Week Run 2019 sponsorship material as the first and largest logo. Sponsorship materials include: Lab Week Run 2019 T-Shirt, Website, Social Media, Promotional Brochure, and a Finisher Medal Ribbon where the Presenting Sponsor’s logo will be in full color. [Must sign up by November 15, 2018 to have full color company logo on every 2019 Finisher Medal]

2019 Lab Week Run Ribbon, your company’s full color logo where “ASCLS Presents”

2019 Lab Week Run T ShirtPlatinum Sponsors (10) will have their Company Logo on all Lab Week Run 2019 Sponsorship Material including the back of the Lab Week Run 2019 T Shirt [Must Sign Up by December 1, 2018 to be included in the T Shirt back], Website, Social Media, and Promotional Brochure.

All Sponsors receive:

  • Your industry name included in emails to all members of ASCLS (approximately 9000 members)
  • Recognition as a sponsor as part of the lab week run link on the ASCLS website homepage
  • Promotion of the event and your sponsorship via social media accounts
  • Facebook advertisements identifying the event sponsors
  • Sponsorship recognition on marketing items to be placed in hospitals, colleges and universities across the United States


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How much does Sponsorship Cost?
Presenting Sponsorship (1):  $10,000

Platinum Sponsorship (10):  $1,000

 

Who participates in the Lab Week Run Virtual 5K?
Our past participants have predominately been women (86%) who are Medical Laboratory Scientists (58%), Medical Laboratory Educators (12%), or Medical Laboratory Scientist Students (20%).  Our past runners have come from all 50 states in the United States including Alaska and Hawaii, international participants, and overseas laboratory participants from United States Military Bases all over the world including Spain and Japan.

Do you have an example of past sponsorship use in emails/media?
Gmail – Lab Week Run 2018 Registration Now Open

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Lab Week Run Flyer 2017

Why Support Lab Week Run?

Each year generous sponsorships from industry leaders make this event possible. Funds raised through this event support the ASCLS Developing and Ascending Professionals Forums in the form of scholarships that enables these professionals to attend the ASCLS Annual Meeting and the Legislative Symposium. The national meeting features continuing education that encompass all departments of the laboratory as well as governance opportunities. The legislative symposium provides opportunities for learning about the issues impacting our profession and provides an avenue for laboratory professionals to meet with their congressmen.

 

How does a ‘Virtual Run’ work?

A virtual race unlike a traditional race can be run at any time during Medical Laboratory Professionals Week (April 22 through April 28 2018) and can be run anywhere. Participants can walk, use a treadmill, run outside, or even run in another race concurrently. Participants can perform this race at any speed they like.

Lab Week Run has had participants run, walk, push baby strollers, walk their dog, hike, and even kayak to complete the 5K distance or 3.1 miles. Virtual Races can be completed all together or over time whenever and however is most convenient for the participant!

 

Why is the Medical Laboratory Professional week run being held as a virtual race?

In a nutshell because the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science is just that—a professional organization comprised of hardworking clinical laboratory professionals located all over the United States at all different places at all different times. Coordinating local runs would be impossible with our organization’s demographics. Holding the Medical Laboratory Professional Week Run as a Virtual Race provides flexibility in time, location, and allows for more professionals to participate. With the advent of the World Wide Web we can share our photos and participation stories on www.labweekrun.com and Facebook after the race

 

Still have questions? Email us at admin@labweekrun.com and we will answer any questions you may have.