High School Aid Station Voteout
In a unique and community focused approach, the Brisbane Running Festival looks to add that little bit extra to your experience with us.
Brisbane Running Festival welcomes again for the 30th year Brisbane Commonwealth Games anniversary, the enthusiastic and highly motivating array of "water station" cheer squads in the High School Voteout competition.
The High School Voteout is one of the most exciting aspects of the event with high school kids dressing up in a themed costume to win over your vote. The High School Voteout is a great way to engage a community spirit and help participants enjoy something unique. High schools have ranged in the past from Hula Girls, Cheerleaders through to the throaty bunch of rugby blokes giving their all to help you reach the finish line!
How it works?
1. A variety of Brisbane High Schools play host to each of the water stations on course.
2. Participants vote for the most motivating and energetic station on course in our post event survey.
3. The Brisbane Running Festival 2012 will donate $300 cash to each participating school.
4. The school who receives the most participant votes will receive an additional $1000 cheque
See what others had to say:
"The high school kids out there really made my debut marathon an experience to remember"
"The Brisbane Marathon was a fantastic 'boutique' marathon experience, from the aid stations to the personal attention you receive as a competitor"
"Wow - aid stations that really get your blood pumping"
Get ready to experience a water station with a difference with the "High School Voteout" at Brisbane Running Festival 2012.