Ragnar Relay: Miami to the Keys by Foot for Charity

LexJet employees John Lane, Jason Metnick, Jordan Miller, Justin Lehman, Dustin Ebbesmeyer, Cara Mundt and Krista Parks will run a relay from Miami to the Florida Keys (190 miles!) on Friday, Jan. 7 as part of a nationwide event called the Ragnar Relay that benefits several charities.

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The Ragnar Relay Florida Keys route, 190 miles of sheer running bliss that a number of LexJet employees will tackle on January 7.

The official charity of the Ragnar Relay Florida Keys is the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, South Florida Chapter. LexJet’s finest, and craziest, will be joined by former LexJet employees, friends, fiancés and family (not necessarily in that order or in plural form): Natalie Carlson, Lee Aho, Janelle Pentz, Susannah Lane and Doug McMahan.

The 12-person crew – called Team Hammer Time – will relay their way down to the Keys with each runner doing about 16 miles apiece, breaking those miles up into three legs apiece. Sounds grueling, but every member of this group has varying amounts of fanaticism when it comes to exercise.

Want to cheer them on? Go to Miami’s Crandon Park along the beach where the first leg begins. Team Hammer Time will move on from Miami and south through the Keys as the race progresses.

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Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past 17 years as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene. He is tasked with providing relevant and educational content to LexJet customers utilizing the wisdom of LexJet’s expert staff who share the unique and innovative ways they’ve found to help their customers.

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  1. I saw your van at the race!

  2. Betty,

    What team were you on? How did you do?

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