Volunteers needed for annual Delta Dash


STOCKTON, Ala.  — Time is fast approaching for the 8th annual Delta Dash, which will be held this year on Saturday, Sept. 28 at Live Oak Landing in Stockton.

“We’re geared up and getting ready for the 8th annual Delta Dash, an obstacle race designed to challenge the heart, body and soul,” said Ashley Jones Davis, Executive Director of the North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce.

The North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce and the Young Professionals have teamed up with Live Oak Landing, Wild Native and Baldwin County to bring a new course with a new challenge to the 8th Annual Delta Dash.

“With new thrills, a new course and new challenges this is an event you don't want to miss -- whether you are a Delta Dash veteran or have had it on your bucket list for a while it is time for you to experience the Delta like never before,” Jones Davis said. “This 5k course is designed to provide participants of all lifestyles and ages with an opportunity to test endurance, stamina, resilience, decision making skills and the ability to enjoy a face full of mud, leaves or whatever else the terrain may throw their way.”

Delta Dash boasts around 500 participants and countless spectators to Stockton, Jones Davis said, and nearly 200 volunteers are needed to make the event a success.

Enforcer Volunteer spots are limited to 200 people. Young Professionals of NBCoC and previous volunteers will be guaranteed spots first.

Enforcers will receive Enforcer Volunteer shirt to wear on race day, race day lunch and the opportunity to get down and dirty in the post-race volunteer run.

Mandatory Enforcer check-in will be held Thursday, Sept. 27 in the afternoon/evening (more details will be sent on check in to those you are registered to volunteer). Volunteers will receive all information needed during this check in period.

For more information contact Jones Davis at the Chamber, 251-937-5665, extension 2.

For more information about the Delta Dash visit DeltaDash.org.