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After many years of taking place the first weekend in March, the TD Bank Reedy River Run will be moved to April, as it was first conducted. The 39th annual run will be held Saturday, April 23, in downtown Greenville.

The Reedy River Run, established in 1977 to highlight the revitalization of downtown Greenville, is one of the oldest road races in the South and continues to be one of the Upstate’s premier running events, according to a release.

“TD Bank is proud to be involved in such a longstanding tradition that showcases Greenville’s attractive downtown and our community’s quality of life,” said Cal Hurst, regional VP for TD Bank. “We believe that supporting community initiatives like this allows Greenville’s economic growth and development to continue to thrive.”

This year’s race will feature enhanced routes for the 10K and 5K races, which will begin and end on Main Street. A post-race festival, which will take place in Falls Park, will include an awards presentation, music, food and vendors.

The 5K race begins at 7:25 a.m. and the 10K race begins at 7:55 a.m. The Youth Mile will also take place on Saturday and will begin at 7:20 a.m.

For more information, visit tdbankreedyriverrun.com and to register, visit go-greenevents.com/event/id/4784.

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