Event Registration

2020 Registration will open on April 15, 2019.
The 3rd Annual Ville to Ville Craft Brew Relay will be held on April 18, 2020.

Volunteer Fee –  For teams with members that live within 100 miles of the start or finish line, you either have to provide a race day volunteer or pay a $100 volunteer fee by February 15, 2019. If no members of your team live within 100 miles of the race start/finish line, you do not have to pay a volunteer fee. Click here to pay.

Thomas Creek VIP Runners’ Lounge

Take your Ville to Ville experience to the next level in the Thomas Creek VIP Runners’ Lounge at the 2019 Finish Line Celebration.  Your VIP ticket will include:

* Unlimited Thomas Creek Brewery craft brews and non-alcoholic beverages
* Southern appetizers (4-6pm) and dinner buffet (6-8pm) from Pure Culinary Creations
* Private Restroom
* Private tent with sofas, dining tables, and bar
* Guaranteed early start time so you can enjoy the Finish Line Celebration
* Adult only venue

$89 per person. Limited to 125 people (21 or older).

V2V Driver Package

Does your team have a driver that will help navigate your vehicle on race day?  If so, treat them to our Driver Package ($25) which includes an official race t-shirt, commemorative Ville to Ville Relay beer glass and a cold craft brew at one of our packet pick-up events.

*T-shirt and glass will be included in the captain’s packet distributed at our packet pick-up events.
Deadline to order is February 13, 2109.

2019 Registration Instructions & FAQs

Team Entry – Your team Captain will pay a non-refundable deposit ($225) or pay in full ($675) to register your team for the Ville to Ville Craft Brew Relay.  If you pay a deposit, the remainder of your team fee ($450) is due by January 15, 2019, at midnight.  Teams with unpaid fees on January 16, 2019, will lose their spot in the race and their non-refundable deposit. Team rosters must be finalized by February 13, 2019.

Charity Team Entry – Contact your charity of choice on our Charity Partner page and ask to run for their organization.  They will share a link with you to pay a non-refundable deposit ($225) while charity spots remain for the Ville to Ville Craft Brew Relay on April 13, 2019.  In order to confirm your spot in the race as a charity team, you must raise a total of $3000 for charity by March 1, 2019.  The charity representative will assist you in setting up your online site to request donations.  Your team will support one of Ville to Ville Foundation’s five 2019 partner charities.

Race-Day Volunteer – If anyone on your team lives within 100 miles of Asheville, NC or Greenville, SC, you are required to provide one race-day volunteer or pay the $100 volunteer fee. Teams with unnamed race-day volunteers by February 13, 2019 will be required to pay the $100 volunteer fee.

Age Requirements – All runners must be 21 years old or older to participate in the Ville to Ville Craft Brew Relay and proper identification will be required during packet pick-up to verify age.

Team Name – Be creative, but keep it classy. Your team name will appear in lots of public places, so make sure it is one that would make your mother proud. You will submit your team name during registration, but it can be changed on your Team Member Form up until February 13, 2019.

Team Category – Select from the following:

Ultra Male (3 runners, 1-3 males)
Ultra Female (3 runners, all female)
Open Co-ed (minimum of 2 females)
Open Male ( all male team or all males plus 1 female)
Open Female (all females)
Masters Male (all male team or all males plus 1 female, all members 40+)
Masters Female (all females, all members 40+)
Masters Co-ed (minimum of 2 females, all members 40+)

Team Captain – Each team will have a team captain (we will initially use the name and contact info of the person registering.) We will provide regular race information and updates for the team captain on the website’s Captain Guide information page.

Team Pace – In order to make it to the post-race party in one day, it is mandatory to have a team pace of 11 minutes per mile or less.  This doesn’t mean that everyone on the team has to run at this pace, but it does mean that if you have slower team members, you will need faster team members to keep your team on track.

You will estimate a team pace when you register your team (average min/mile pace for all runners on the entire course.  For a 6-person team, each runner will run twice between 3-10 miles, so a 10K time average would be expected). Final team pace estimates will be due on February 13, 2019.