We want to take a moment to thank our sponsors for their support in our campaign. We've included links so you can learn about what they do when they're not fighting blood cancers.
The sponsors in this block have contributed significantly to the success of the Tracy Hoffman Run through donations, services and other forms of support. Whether through public relations expertise, discounts on shirt printing or items for our silent auction, we are extremely grateful for their involvement, and encourage you to check them out as most are active in the Salem community.
Finally, there are a number of people without whom this event would not have been possible. Thank you to Rob Passage, the assistant athletics director for facilities and operations for his flexibility and generosity in helping us set up the logistics of the event. A BIG thank you to our University Adviser, Katharine Hoehne, for all of her ideas and assistance through this process as well as coming out to volunteer the day of the run. Thank you to our alumni, in particular Paul Boaden, David Gregor and Matt Fisher for their patience and support through all of our questions and trials. Finally, thank you to everyone who supported this event, near and far. You all are the reason we are able to do this every year in Tracy's memory.
The Tracy Hoffman Run for Leukemia has been a great chance for a number of Willamette student clubs and organizations to spread their mission to other students and the community by hosting information and activity booths
Hungry after the events of the day? Local businesses come to support a good cause, offering delicious food and donating a portion of their profits
Thanks to our generous sponsors, our silent auction always has some local treasures you don't want to miss!
Respecting tradition and speaking to the weight of this event, Tracy Hoffman's parents Pat and Joe remain involved to this day.