Runners young and old cross the finish line at the Big House Big Heart race yesterday. Participants had the option of running a 5K, 10K, or 1 mile fun run all raising money for heart health research. (MADDIE LAKIND/DAILY) 
Photo: Maddie LaKind / Michigan Daily

Moe’s and Underground Printing have teamed up with The Big House Big Heart Run , they are doing their annual 5K, 10K, and walk this Sunday October 3rd.  Details:

The race…

…starts and finishes at the University of Michigan’s famous football stadium–The Big House. It is the largest stadium in the country seating over 107,000 spectators. This chip-timed 5K and 10K events start on the corner of Kipke and Green and the run takes you through the University of Michigan’s beautiful campus with a spectacular finish–a run through the Big House tunnel and onto the field. You’ll finish on the 50 yard line and watch yourself on the Big House Big Screen!


Raise Funds for Your Non Profit!

Big House Big Heart offers you TWO ways to raise funds for area non profits.
Champions for Charity will donate a portion of your entry to ALS research at The University of Michigan Program for Neurology Research & Discovery, the UM Cardiovascular Center and to C. S. Mott Children’s Hospital and Women’s Hospital!Get a team together for your favorite non profit. Champions for Charity will supply you with a fund-raising kit. You and your team can raise thousands of dollars for the charity of your choice just by getting tax deductible donations for completing your run. Every penny you and your team raises will go directly to your charity of choice.


Offer to an MVictors reader.  The kind people at Moe’s/UGP are offering to cover 1 entry ($39 fee) for the race.  Interested?  Let me know why in the comments below.


  1. i'll take a free race entry!

  2. Why?
    Becuase I love…
    Because I'll be running in only my 5th 5k, and this time I'll be running it with my 11 year-old daughter. My younger daughter (7) and my lovely wife will be walking it.
    Because I love Michigan and I feel blessed to live here in Ann Arbor.
    Go Blue, that's why!