Christine Lowe and Joel Henely are both students in NCC’s Introduction To Business Class, which is in charge of marketing for this year’s Days of Thunder. Lowe tells us about the schedule for the first part of the week.
Last year, you may remember, NCC made an attempt to break the world’s record for the Longest Pickup Parade, but fell short of achieving that goal. Lowe tells us how NCC came to the decision to try for a different record this year.
She says that, in order to break the world record, NCC’s students and faculty will need some help from the community.
Lowe says to take part, you should be at NCC by 9:45 Wednesday morning.
Fellow student Joel Henely says the selfie event isn’t just an attempt to set a world record, but also for the students and community to have a little fun.
Henely and Lowe tell us that, in case of inclement weather Wednesday morning, tune to KIWA for any announcements.
Henely says that Days of Thunder Events will continue throughout the remainder of next week.
He says the race begins at 9 am, with pre-race warms-ups set for 8:30 at the LLRC. He says the Thunder Road Race will also include a Costume Contest for those runners who wish to participate.
By the way, if you’re not sure what a “selfie” is, you can find an example at the top of this story.