Apply to Represent the MTF in the Boston Marathon

The Massage Therapy Foundation (MTF) was awarded four invitational entries (bibs) for the 2018 Boston Marathon John Hancock Non-Profit Marathon Program. This is the sixth consecutive year that the MTF has participated in the program.

Team MTF – Running for Research is currently seeking four of our finest to represent the Massage Therapy Foundation in the Boston Marathon on April 16, 2018. Don’t stress about the qualifying time. 

The John Hancock Non-Profit Marathon Program provides a way for runners who might not otherwise qualify for the Boston Marathon to participate. Since 2012, the MTF has had the opportunity to participate in the John Hancock charity program to bring more awareness to the benefits of massage. Fundraising for the Massage Therapy Foundation advances the knowledge and practice of massage therapy by supporting scientific research, education and community service.

If you have ever wanted to run in the world’s most spectacular marathon, apply here to represent the MTF in Boston on April 16, 2018. No need to have a qualifying time, just a need to raise money for massage therapy research and then revel in your accomplishments.

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