Join us for the
Let Me Run SpringFest 5k on
May 21, 2016!

This race will be held at Whitehall Business Park (3600 Arco Drive, Charlotte, NC 28272) at 9:00 AM. It is a morning race benefiting Let Me Run, a program that inspires boys through the power of running to be courageous enough to be themselves, to build healthy relationships, and to live an active lifestyle.

This event is part of the 2016 Carolinas HealthCare System’s employee race program.

Let Me Run is proud to announce
the Charlotte Mile.

Presented By:

Singing The National Anthem

Born October 1, 1975, David Britt is a Country Music Singer/Songwriter on the Spectra Music Group Label. David grew up playing the fiddle and singing in the choir, but didn't start to write music until 2009. It had been a lifelong dream of David's to write and sing, and when a series of events took place that year, David began his journey. Since that day he has written over 700 songs and has released two albums, "David Britt" and his current album "Country Flow."

David says his biggest influence in music has been The Oak Ridge Boys. Jon Bonsai, a 40+ year member of the group, is a close friend and mentor of David.

David resides in Charlotte, NC with his 2 children.

Grand Marshal

Born and raised in North Carolina, Manteo attended Crest Sr. High in Shelby before competing for Western Carolina University, where he graduated with a degree in Sport Management and a MAEd in Comprehensive Physical Education. While at WCU, Manteo broke and still holds the school record for the 200 and 400 Meters, and aspires to break the 400 Meter World Record. The person you see on the track is the same off the track, always with an infectious smile and a love for fun. Manteo is very family-oriented and balances his training and philanthropy with interests in fashion and singing.

Manteo's most famous moment to date came while competing in the 4x400 preliminary race at the 2012 London Olympic Games, during which he suffered a broken leg. Manteo not only finished the race, but aided Team USA to the fastest relay time ever in an Olympic prelim and an eventual silver medal. Having grown up in a small town with drugs and violence around him everyday, adversity was not new to Manteo, which he uses to inspire through his motivational speaking engagements and philanthropic involvement.