The following companies and institutions provided financial and material sponsorship to the Americans United Flag Across America event.
|Cruise America provided a "Tioga" RV for use as a rolling support center. This vehicle accompanied the runners for over 3,800 miles from Boston all the way to Los Angeles.|
|Minerva Network Systems provided the web site hosting and related Internet support services.|
|Commercial Color provided the large banners for the RV.|
|Thomaston Savings Bank donated $2,000.|
|Garrity Lights donated flashlights and safety equipment.|
|Impro Graphics donated custom-made bumper stickers.|
|Kampgrounds of America provided KOA VIP Kards for each of the two RVs allowing service and support from KOA sites along the route.|
|AA Credit Union donated $1,000.|
|The Rack - Boston donated $5,000 and hosted a pre-departure party.|
|Logan Airport Hilton provided seven rooms the night before kickoff on October 10, 2001, a conference suite, and hosted the event kickoff on October 11, 2001.|
|Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association donated a bus through New York to transport runners.|
|Allied Pilots Association donated $5,000.|
|Costco donated bottled water and supplies in Boston.|
|PR*Nutrition donated 1,000 "powerbars" and some electrolite powder additive for the runners.|
|Marriott Hotels provided the national event coordinators with hotel accomodations at several cities along the route.|
|Allied First Bank donated $1,000 and provided the on-line donations form and all banking services for the event.|
|The Litchfield Insurance Group donated a liability insurance policy for the event.|
|Keystone Tees donated t-shirt production services.|
|Pro-motion Imports donated 500 gold-plated U.S. Flag pins.|
|AT&T Wireless donated 12 Nokia cell phones with unlimited air time and long distance for national event coordination.|
|Reebok donated t-shirts and internal corporate publicity.|
|Dans Camera loaned us an Olympus digital camera that was used to take about 25% of the photographs on this web site.|
|Seabourne & Malley donated legal talent to incorporate and get IRS certification as a 501(c)(3) non-profit.|
|Heartland Sign Works donated additional banners.|
|The Miller Company donated their web-based order-fulfillment service to take and ship orders for flag run t-shirts and related accessories.|
|Dell loaned us two fully-configured laptops with all the bells and whistles for mobile computing, including Internet access.|
|Microsoft granted us licenses for their Office 2002 suite and MapPoint 2002, used to create many of the maps and timetables on this web site.|
|Yuengling Brewery donated five cases of their finest cold brew.|
|United Airlines ALPA Master Executive Council donated $5,000.|
|ExxonMobil donated gas/fuel for the RVs.|
|Arrowhead Water donated water for the runners in California.|
|Hilton Hotel Los Angeles Airport donated a large number of rooms for event coordinators and family members of the victims of the attack who travelled to Los Angeles to participate in the finale.|
|Nike donated several hundred t-shirt "blanks," and some rain gear.|
|Nelson Sound provided the sound system for the finale at Dockweiler Beach in California.|
| Event Streams donated coordination services to provide near real-time web streaming video of the finale at Dockweiler Beach in California.
Speedera provided content caching for the eVent Player interface of the video webcast of the finale at Dockweiler Beach.
Globix provided primary content delivery of the video webcast of the finale at Dockweiler Beach.
Exodus provided overflow content delivery of the video webcast of the finale at Dockweiler Beach.
Ramp^Rate located and got the satellite time donated for the video webcast of the finale at Dockweiler Beach.
Accordent assisted in development of the eVent Player interface of the video webcast of the finale at Dockweiler Beach.
PSSI donated their satellite truck and engineer to provide live uplink of the video for the webcast of the finale at Dockweiler Beach.
|Registered Event Promoters|
The following companies and institutions provided substantial promotion of the event.
|Runners World publicized the event through its web site and e-mail lists.|
|ARRL publicized the event through its web site and e-mail lists.|
|The Non-Rev Network publicized the event through its web site and e-mail lists.|
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