Dairy Dash


The Purity Moosic City Dairy Dash is one of the longest-running fitness events in Nashville!
Each year The Moosic City Dairy Dash Committee Members select a different organization as the race’s beneficiary. We are honored to be selected as the Dairy Dash celebrating its 24rd year.

There is a distance for every level of runner – from novice to advanced. We invite our community to participate in the following races:

7:00am – “Glenn Wunder” Mighty Mile (a non-competitive, self-timed “fun run”)
7:30am – 5K Moosic City Dairy Dash
8:00am – 10K & Regions Bank Smitty 15K

The Purity Moosic City Dairy Dash is an incredible race day experience with so much to enjoy before and after the race – including ice cream!🍦🐮 For more information and to register, visit raceroster.com


We are looking for amazing volunteers to make this event a success!
Whether you’re directing runners along the route, distributing water at hydration stations, or cheering on our runners with infectious enthusiasm, your contribution will make a meaningful impact. Sign up today!

📅 Dates: April 12, 2024 (Packet Pick Up)
April 13, 2024 (Race Day)
🕒 Time Commitment: 4 Hour Shifts
📍 Location: Metro Center – Nashville, TN

No prior experience is necessary – just bring your energy, enthusiasm, and a willingness to lend a hand!


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