The American Trail Running Association is please to announce the addition of Chris Dunn as an advisory board member.
Chris Dunn joins existing advisory board members Brandy Erholtz, Andy Ames, Doug Laufer, Eric Black, Tom Sobal, and Dave Mackey from Colorado. Danelle Ballengee and Bryon Powell from Utah, Ian Torrence from Arizona, Bart Yasso from Pennsylvania.
Chris Dunn lives in Strafford, New Hampshire, with his wife and three children. He is an avid off-road runner, cyclist and the founder & owner of acidotic RACING, LLC (aR). In addition to hosting numerous snowshoe and trail races in his native New Hampshire, Chris is co-race director of the Loon Mountain Race, which will serve as the 2016 USATF Mountain Running Championships and US Mountain Running Team selection race on July 3.
“I’m incredibly excited to join the amazing folks at the American Trail Running Association as an Advisory Board member. I have spent the last twenty years as a participant and promoter of trail running here in my native New Hampshire and hope to bring both experience and passion the position,” said Chris Dunn.
You can learn more about acidotic RACING LLC and connect with Chris Dunn at:
- Twitter: @acidoticRACING
- Instagram: @acidoticRACING
In addition to our advisory board members, current elected ATRA officers include President Adam W. Chase (CO), Vice President Ellen Miller (CO), Secretary Susan Farago (TX), and Treasurer Eve Mills (MD).
Supporting ATRA’s board & officers are staff members: Nancy Hobbs, executive director; Richard Bolt, director online marketing and Peter Maksimow, outreach and partnership specialist.
From acidotic RACING LLC: Our mission is to host uncompromisingly excellent events in beautiful locations on challenging courses and to make every competitor feel as though they are important and valuable to us. Our race officials exemplify professionalism and our volunteers are friendly and welcoming. We are committed to supporting charitable organizations that are dear to us through a variety of outlets associated with our professional event services. Every event we host benefits a non-profit organization named by the race director.