Activate Gifting for the Holidays

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! We know there are some last minute shoppers who are still scrambling for their gift ideas. If there’s a runner, biker or swimmer in your life we have the perfect gift idea for you: an event entry.

Find a race, hosted on Race Roster, in your area that a loved one is interested in attending and make sure they have a button titled ‘Buy a Gift’. Follow the info graphic steps below if you’re a participant or send the following info graphic to your participants, if you’re an event organizer. We’ve also listed activation steps for event organizers at the bottom of this blog post.

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If you don’t have Gifting turned on for your event, follow these convenient steps:

  1. Log in to raceroster.com
    *If you’ve forgotten your password, reset it at raceroster.com/forgot-password
  2. Click on the top tab on your left hand side titled ‘Event Dashboard’.
    *If you have multiple LIVE events, Go to the ‘My Events’ tab (top left) and click the blue ‘Dashboard’ text on the event you choose.
  3. Click the ‘Event Settings’ Dropdown tab & select the dark grey tab titled ‘Gift Settings’.
  4. Click the Yes radio button underneath the question ‘Enable Registration Gifting?’ Then select the sub-events you would like to include in your Gifting program.
  5. There are a few more settings you can customize:
    *Subsidized Gift Purchases: This allows you (or a company) to purchase a portion of a registration for someone. For example, 50% off registrations are available.
    *Gift Purchase in Registration: Allows a participant to purchase a gift in addition to a regular registration on one transaction.

If you would like some extra assistance, please email director@raceroster.com or call them at 1-855-969-5515.

Dennis Mazajlo

Dennis works on Sales, Marketing, and assists the Leadership Team with Strategic Planning at Race Roster. He is a ‘back in high school’ kind of runner that has toned down his intensity for the sport (and his abs) in recent years. Dennis gets excited about business, statistics, culture and event planning. (Fun fact: he was born as ‘Ingo’ – a pretty popular name in Germany).

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