The Star 98 Entertainment Zone Returns

June 6, 2013

Neighborhood residents along Clay Street are again being asked to “pump up the volume” for our runners and walkers during Saturday’s Bellin Run as part of the Star 98 Entertainment Zone.

The music corridor, in partnership with Star 98, is near the final mile of the Bellin Run. It’s designed to give Bellin Run participants an extra dose of motivation as they near the end of the 6.2-mile challenge.

Star 98 representatives went door-to-door along a half-mile stretch of Clay Street, asking neighborhood residents if they will turn their stereos to 98.5 FM on race day and “crank it up” so participants can enjoy the music and the excitement of the Bellin Run on the final mile.

Help us thank Star 98 and the Clay Street residents on your way through, as you enjoy five blocks of pulse-pumping music and support.

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  • Thanks to ALL the kids cheering the runners on and giving out high fives!! I love running and hearing the cheers…. where for me or not…. This year there seemed to be less and less cheering. Keep in mind that the runners like to hear chering. Let’s start the word early, like today, to start for next year to keep the cheering going! It means a lot to the runners!!

    Where's the cheering    June 8, 2013 at 1:35 pm

  • Thank you Star 98 and all of the folks with the signs and the music! I love your “Go Person I Don’t Know” signs. They make me smile every year, and they exemplify what I love about races in Green Bay: the best fan support of any city!

    Renee Dauplaise    June 12, 2013 at 7:24 pm

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