Denver Supports America’s Sweetest Race

Oct 18, 2015 – DENVER--Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi at the University of Denver recently volunteered at the Hot Chocolate 15k/5k race hosted by Ram Racing, an official partner of Ronald McDonald House Charities.

    The race was held in downtown Denver on October 4, and nearly 20 brothers helped to put together “finisher mugs”. The mugs were part of the award winning goodie bags that included chocolate fondue kits for runners after they completed the race. The chapter enjoyed the completing the hands-on work together.
    VP-Community Service Kaitlyn Hertzog, suggested this event for the chapter to volunteer at because she is running in the same event in Scottsdale, Arizona in December. After she registered for the upcoming race, she thought it would be a great new community service event for the chapter. The planning process took about a month and chapter members were very excited about the idea. Alpha Nu is considering volunteering there again since they had so much fun working together while supporting a local event.


About Ram Racing’s Hot Chocolate 15k/5k
The Hot Chocolate 15k/5k, coined as America’s Sweetest Race, is sponsored by RAM Racing. Established in 2008, the inaugural Hot Chocolate 15k/5k ran through the streets of Chicago. Since its inception the series expanded to 13 cities and more than 200,000 participants have ran for chocolate, making it the fastest growing race series in the nation!

About Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi is the nation's largest and first co-ed, professional business fraternity that encourages personal and professional development of men and women pursuing careers in business. The Fraternity is one of the most diverse Greek organizations supporting scholastic, professional and service events on campuses and in communities. Delta Sigma Pi provides high-quality training and events to shape ethical leaders of tomorrow in business, communities, and the world at large. Delta Sigma Pi has grown from its founding at New York University in 1907 by four men of diverse faiths and backgrounds to an extensive network of more than 250 chapters and 275,000 members.

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