Boulevard Bolt returns to Belle Meade
BELLE MEADE, Tenn. (WSMV) - The Boulevard Bolt Thanksgiving Day race is back in Belle Meade.
For 29 years, walkers, joggers, and runners have been taking over Belle Meade Boulevard on Thanksgiving morning to help raise money for the homeless.
Since its beginnings, the race has raised just under $4.2 million for the cause. Over 5,000 people are registered for this year’s race.
“This is a wonderful way to start your Thanksgiving,” said Boulevard Bolt President Abigail Reynolds. “Walk or run and help us raise money to help those who need it most in our community.”
The race began at 6:30 a.m. Thursday and raised over $200,000 for Nashville’s homeless.
For all the details, visit Boulevard Bolt’s website.
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