Sponsors


Many thanks to our 2016 & 2017 Golden Helix sponsors!




If you or your business are interested in sponsoring next year's race, 
please contact:  
admin@goldenhelix5k.com

2016:  Proceeds from the event will be divided to support fundraising for (1) TTU scholarships and the research and outreach missions of the TTU Chemistry Department student organizations (2) the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB), (3) Putnam Remote Area Medical (RAM), and (4) the Student Members of the American Chemical Society Student Affiliates (SM-ACS).

2015 Race Sponsors:
“This event has been financially sponsored, either entirely or partially by the TTU Student Government Association (SGA) and its SOLO Fund. The views contained herein at this event or program does not represent the views of the TTU Student Government Association, the SGA President or other members, the University, or the Tennessee Board of Regents. The TTU SGA is fully in accord with the belief that all events and programs should be afforded the same opportunities that all US Citizens receive from the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.” 



Thank you to our 2014 gold-level sponsors:

Premier Diagnostics              
First National Bank of Tennessee
     

2014 Silver-Level Sponsors:
Burger King
Grade-A-Catering
McDonalds
Millard Oakley STEM Center
Volunteer Medical Group
SGA SOLO Award to sponsor TTU Runners in the Event



DOOR PRIZE, FOOD, ART, MUSIC, and EVENT sponsors:

D'Angelo's Pizza
Olive Garden
Jim and Marilyn Gray
Dr. Gene Kline
Dr. Dan Swartling
TTU Athletics
TTU Drumline
TTU Chemistry Faculty


Thank you to our 
2013 gold-level sponsors:
Premier Diagnostics              
First National Bank of Tennessee
      

2013 silver-level sponsors:
Burger King
Grade-A-Catering
Hayes Family Dentistry
Holiday Inn Express
Kent's Wholesale Tires
McDonald's
Save-A-Lot
Volunteer Medical Group


2013 DOOR PRIZE, FOOD, ART, MUSIC,
and EVENT sponsors:

Ralph's Donuts

 Applebee's
Books-A-Million
Buffalo Wild Wings
Carmike Cinemas
Cumberland Auto 
Jersey Mike's
Martinizing Dry Cleaning
Olive Garden
Red Lobster
Spring Street Market
Stroller Strides
Walmart
Melissa Geist
Daniel and Janet Coonce
Blake Gentry
Jim and Marilyn Gray
Barbara Jackson
Gene Kline
Carl Owens
Dan Swartling
TTU Athletics
TTU Drumline
TTU Chemistry Department


2012 Sponsors:
Much of the success of our race was due to the generous contributions of our sponsors.  
We can't thank them enough!!
TTU Chemistry Department
Tennesse Heart
Road ID
Martinizing Dry Cleaning
CIA Cumberland Insurance Agency
American Bank & Trust of the Cumberlands
Katherine Lynn Hill
CHS/TTU Athletics
Big O Donuts
Jennifer Case
McDonald's
Burger King
Cash-N-Carry
Chili's, and
O'Charley's

The Race for the Golden Helix 5K is an ASBMB event organized with help from SM-ACS.



2015: Proceeds from the 2015 American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) event were divided equally to support fundraising for (1) a Remote Area Medical (RAM) clinic in Cookeville, (2) TTU scholarships, and the missions of the TTU Chemistry Department student organizations: (3) the Student Members of the American Chemical Society Student Affiliates (SM-ACS), and (4) ASBMB. The ASBMB and SM-ACS student groups will direct funds toward student research and science outreach activities.


2014: Proceeds from the 2014 event were divided to support fundraising for (1)TTU scholarship funds, (2) a Remote Area Medical (RAM) clinic in Cookeville, and the missions of the TTU Chemistry Department student organizations: (3) the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB), and (4) the American Chemical Society Student Affiliates (ACS-SA). The ASBMB and ACS-SA will direct funds toward student research and science outreach activities.


2013: Proceeds from the 2013 event were divided to support (1)TTU scholarship funds, (2) the new TTU Science Building, and the missions of the (3) ASBMB, (4) ACS, and (5) ChemMED TTU student organizations. The ASBMB and the American Chemical Society Student Affiliates (ACS-SA) will direct funds toward student research and science outreach activities. Chem MED club will direct funds to support the professional development of TTU pre-professional students, including hosting guest lectures and community service opportunities.

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