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Friday, 28 February 2014 19:55

Thunderbay Partners With Northern California 10 Miler Series

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February 27, 2014 (Oakland, CA)-- Corrigan Sports Enterprises (CSE) and Thunderbay announced the apparel provider will serve as the presenting sponsor of the inaugural Northern California 10 Miler series. The remaining legs of the three-event series include Novato on May 25th and Sunnyvale on August 17th.

Trip Latta, Vice President of ThunderBay 1636, stated, "At ThunderBay we believe clothes make more than a fashion statement, we believe they make a statement about who you are. That they stand for what is inside you, what you're about.  ThunderBay is excited to branch out into endurance sports and introduce runners to our new line of performance apparel."

Lee Corrigan, President of CSE, said, "Our Bay Area momentum continues to build as we introduce new corporate partners to the sport. ThunderBay's emphasis on quality matches our corporate philosophy in regard to providing an unmatched race experience to our runners."
Competitor Magazine's online readers and social media followers recently voted CSE flagship west coast event, the Oakland Marathon, as best marathon in the Pacific West Region for 2013.


ThunderBay is a premium lifestyle apparel brand that is rooted in the heritage of a uniquely American sport, the game of lacrosse. Products are active-inspired, innovatively designed, and crafted to the highest quality. Through ThunderBay, consumers become part of a lifestyle and tradition, which redefines the classic American prep. For more information, please visit:  

Corrigan Sports Enterprises is a leader in sports promotions in the Baltimore/Washington D.C. region. Founded in 1998, CSE owns and/or operates the following events: Baltimore Running Festival, the Oakland Running Festival, CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield Frederick Running Festival, Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic, the Baltimore 10-Miler and the Baltimore Bike Jam. For more information visit:

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