It takes over 1700 volunteers to make the magic of People’s United Bank Vermont City Marathon happen. And many of those volunteers staff our AMAZING aid stations!
Volunteering at an Aid Station is a great team-building experience and a fun way to earn community service hours.
If your group is interested in adopting an Aid Station or for more information please e-mail email@example.com.
How many volunteers does it take to run a Marathon Aid Station? 10-35 people. It really depends on the location of the Aid Station. Aid Stations located earlier in the course need more volunteers, because more runners are coming through at the same time. How many Aid Stations are on Course? 20 total. 2 with food and Clif products, 1 has candy (Battery Park) and 18 have water and Gatorade and 6 stations are Elite fluids. Aid Stations by the numbers: 3325 gallons of water 176 gallons of ultra-concentrated Gatorade endurance formula- mixed with water on course 48,000 Gatorade cups 380 volunteers
A day in the life of the Aid Stations: 3:00am – the morning of the race, Aid Station supplies begin to get delivered by the Quartermaster team and Vermont Pure Delivery Truck 6:00am – the first Aid Station Crews arrive at their location and begin setting up 7:00am – Race Starts 7:00am-1:00pm – Aid Stations are busy serving Marathon and Relay runners 2:00pm – Aid Station Crews in the final miles of the race are cleaning up the last of the cups and closing down
These are our awesome Aid Stations groups! Girl Scouts Flynn School People’s United Bank Keurig Green Mountain VT ANG Girls on the Run Vermont Community Health Center South Burlington High School Rock Point School Burlington YMCA American Red Cross Colchester High School Spaulding High School Dragonboat Vermont