At Lee College in Bytown, Texas (outside of Houston)
Updated On: Jan 28, 2020
All EPMPOA members are invited to participate in the 10th Annual "Jail Break" Half Marathon and 5K Runs that will be held on Saturday, February 29, 2020, at Lee College in Baytown, Texas (outside of Houston). The "Jail Break Run" is brought to you annually by the police charity - Project Blue.
The half-marathon was designed by runners for runners. This USATF certified event takes runners to the top of Baytown's Fred Hartman bridge giving participants breathtaking views of the Houston Ship Channel and Baytown, Texas.
Participants can expect great run support, an unparalleled SWAG bag, and a Chick-fil-A sandwich at the end. The Jail Break Run is one of the few races that gives awards, and medals to each 5k participant. Every runner raises money for police officers who face non-service-related illness and injuries. Register now, the 2020 half-marathon is limited to 1000 runners, and the 5k is limited to 500 runners.
Project Blue is a non-profit organization that was formed to help officers who face serious illness or injuries outside of the line-of-duty. They help to bridge the gap where other charities fall short.
The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association proudly supports this worthy cause.