Commercial Site Design, a Raleigh-based civil engineer specializing in multi-unit, rollout commercial projects – including more than 120 Krispy Kreme sites located throughout the United States, announces it will participate in Raleigh’s Krispy Kreme Challenge, a charity run to raise money for UNC Children’s Hospital. Commercial Site Design will participate in the fundraising aspect of Krispy Kreme Challenge along with running the 5-mile race held on February 4, 2017.
In this race, competitors start at NC State’s bell tower, run 2.5 miles through historic downtown Raleigh to the Krispy Kreme location, eat a dozen glazed doughnuts, then run 2.5 miles back to the bell tower.
Commercial Site Design employees – Joshua Snyder and Josh Johnson – will run in this unique race, while Chad Winters will provide moral support and Steve Mullins will volunteer on race day.
“Community involvement is an important part of Commercial Site Design’s culture,” says Jon Kuczynski, managing partner. “When a few employees approached me about participating in the Krispy Kreme Challenge, I was thrilled. We are always looking for ways to strengthen our relationship with the community. This is a perfect opportunity; Krispy Kreme happens to be one of our clients, we have employees who love running, and the money goes to an amazing children’s hospital.”
In 2016, Commercial Site Design’s charitable endeavors included supporting local organizations, national charities and clients’ philanthropic activities.
To help Commercial Site Design and its fundraising efforts, visit Take the Challenge.
To get more information on Krispy Kreme Challenge, visit Krispy Kreme Challenge.
To get more information on Commercial Site Design’s involvement with Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, visit here.