Corporate Team Import

Team Captains now have the ability to import participants to their corporate teams. While most Corporate teams have members sign up themselves, some companies want to have a person do all the registration. Imports can be done either with a CSV file (Excel spreadsheet output), or via our new editor.  Once members are added, they […]

Race Day Check-In

We now provide a Race Day Check-In page.  This helps race directors rapidly check-in participants.  It provides powerful search capabilities as well as an easy way to pick which information to show. For example, you can show bib number (or assign bib number dynamically), show T-Shirt Size as well as store items ordered. Read more […]

Claiming a Running Club Membership

We have a lot of Running Clubs moving to RunSignUp.  A common challenge of the transition is matching a person on an Excel spreadsheet to a real user logging in.   We offer a “Claim Account” capability.  This allows a member that was uploaded with an email address a method of claiming their account. One […]

Race Discounts for Club Members

We are really excited about this new capability that helps bring races and running clubs together!  A simple way for a race director to give discounts to running club members!  This can be used in lots of ways: Races attract more running club members Races encourage runners to join a running club Running Clubs attract […]

Big Time Coupon Management

We have a number of large races and multi-city races that have become big users of Coupons to help drive their participants.  They create custom coupons around special marketing events (like July 4th!), or use “Daily Deal” sites like Groupon and Living Social, or target running store customers with a special coupon, etc. Once you […]

2013 Mid-Year Availability Update

  As we have committed to, we do a bi-annual report on Availability of the RunSignUp Service.  As previously reported, we put a lot of effort in during 2012 to create a multi-faceted approach to high availability for our customers. During the first half of 2013 we only screwed up badly once.  This was due […]