The 8th Annual Drennen’s Dreams Foundation Splash Dash is a USATF Certified 5K run that begins and ends at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, CO. This is an event for both serious runners and for those who like have fun and possibly get a little wet along the way as you wind through the adjacent Southglenn subdivision. Area residents will sprinkle, shower and hose you off as you dash through the streets! We are a family friendly and all ages are welcome to participate. We have activities for children prior to the race start. Our sponsors will be sharing giveaways, snacks, coffee and beverages. Dogs are welcome and must be on a leash at all times.
We offer group/team registrations. Register together as a Friends/Community team, School Team or Swim Team. We will have special prizes for the Largest Team, Fastest Team (combined times), and Team That Raises the Largest Donation. This is a great way to share a morning together supporting national drowning awareness and water safety.
We offer a referral discount. Refer 4 or more of your friends, neighbors, acquaintances. When they register direct them to reference your name as the person that referred them. After the 4th person submits their paid registration, you will automatically receive a $30 discount refund back to the credit card you used to pay your registration. Support a great cause, share the event with people you know and enjoy a great event together.
Our Mission at Drennen’s Dreams Foundation is to honor Drennen’s legacy by teaching and training lifeguards and aquatics professionals, equipping and supporting managers and owners to maintain the highest safety standards. The funds raised from the SplashDash support our presentations to: lifeguards, aquatics managers and facility owners/operators. Drennen drown in a tragic accident at a lifeguarded swimming pool ten years ago. Our mission is no more drownings at guarded facilities. This year we introduced our Drennen’s Dreams mobile app, available in Apple and Google app stores. The app provides drowning prevention and water safety information,. We also have a subscription module in the app where aquatic managers can sign up their organization, select the in-service training modules they want their staff to receive on specific dates. On those dates our app will push the in-service training modules to lifeguards and aquatics staff mobile devices. We will be able to confirm the modules are opened and completed. This dramatically increases the amount of training lifeguards and aquatics staff receive. That builds their proficiency, confidence and vigilance which increase patron safety by reducing rescues or more serious incidents. We will provide managers with reports they can use in risk analysis and with their insurance company to reduce risk. To read more about our goals and case for support, please visit www.drennensdreams.org