Frequently Asked Questions

Why Get it Dunn?

The success of the Get It Dunn event allows Mind Over Matter (M.O.M.), the presenting nonprofit, to award over 12K annually in summer camperships, scholarships and other needs-based giving. Your participation is directly linked to these gifts and we THANK YOU for making your personal wellness contribute to community betterment. High five!Read more on M.O.M.

I want to volunteer! Who do I contact?

Not a runner? You can still share in the excitement by helping others and your community as a race volunteer! We welcome individuals, organizations, community groups and businesses to get involved in this capacity. Together we make this event a success and our volunteer staff all win 1st place! All volunteers receive a Get It Dunn volunteer t-shirt & the satisfaction of being a part of this exciting event! Just send an email to

Is there a course time limit?

Participants will have three and a half hours to complete the half marathon.Participants who are unable to keep a pace of 16 min/miles by mile 8 may be asked to leave the course at approximately the midway point to ensure the safety of all participants and to stay in compliance with the time allowed by the city/county to keep the course open. Transportation to the finish will be provided to any participants who are unable to maintain the 16 min/mile pace or decide they are unable to finish.

Are there Pace Teams?

The LOST DOG PACERS will be on the half marathon course to accompany you on your run to help you reach your goal time. Lost Dog Pacers will be wearing blue “pacer” tank tops and carrying sticks with balloons listing their pacing time.  There will be pacers for the following times to help you achieve your finish time goal: 1:35 / 1:40 / 1:45/ 1:50 / 2:00 / 2:10 / 2:20 / 2:30 / 3:00. 

What aid/nutrition is available on the courses?

The 1/2 marathon will have seven water stops over the course in 1.5 and 2 mile intervals. Additionally, energy drink will be offered at three of the stops along with nutrition stop midway through the course. After the race, a wide variety of food and beverages will be provided to participants.

For the 5k One water stop will be offered, located shortly after the 1 -mile mark.

 After the race, a wide variety of food and beverages will be provided to participants at the post race celebration along with entertainment.

What happens if the race is cancelled?

The Race Organizer reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the Race shall there be any Force Majeure (as defined below) conditions arises. In the event of Race cancellation and/or reschedule due to the Force Majeure, the Race Organizer has no obligation to refund the paid entry fees to the Participants, and shall not be help responsible for any Risks and Hazards that might happen due to the Race cancellation and/or reschedule. Please note that Force Majeure refers to circumstances or conditions such as war, violence, social unrest, strikes, outbreaks, accidents, fires, floods, natural disasters, embargoes, legal reasons, or the actions of the government, and other similar events which may occur in the future, in which the Race Organizer has no ability to prevent.