As part of Croy Engineering’s ongoing support of the communities in which we live, members of the Croy team are lacing up their sneakers for an exciting series of races! Jeff Drobney, race organizer and City Manager with the City of Kennesaw, has been extremely successful in bringing together the community and local businesses to support non-profit organizations in the area.
According to Drobney, “The Kennesaw Grand Prix 5k Series is the premier running series in Cobb County. It has grown from a single race in 2009 with less than 200 registered runners and walkers, to a six-race series that attracts thousands of runners and walkers each year.” The race series is run on a primarily level, asphalt course, making it ideal for runners who are looking for a qualifying time for the Peachtree Road Race.
Croy staff who have participated in one or more events include: Sarah Nixon, Dan Dobry, Laura Meier, Tom Robinson, and Annie San Nicolas
Croy is proud to be a corporate sponsor of the series again in 2017, as we continue to build and maintain relationships in the community. “When we talk about business-to-business relationships, we often use the words collaboration or partnership to describe the actions of a joint effort. The relationship the City of Kennesaw has established with Croy Engineering is such a partnership, and more. Croy Engineering, in the truest sense of the words, is a partner and community stakeholder with great interest in our success and their level of commitment far exceeds expectations!” Mayor Easterling says.
If you are interested in learning more about the Series or registering for an upcoming race, please visit the website at www.kennesawgrandprix.com.