Winners of the Feelin’ Good Mileage Club are awarded new bicycles.
Community support helped make the 39th annual Fifth Third River Bank Run a success!
The 39th annual Fifth Third River Bank Run is expected to bring 60,000 people to Grand Rapids on May 14.
Fifth Third Junior kicks off a weekend of events for Fifth Third River Bank Run.
Fifth Third Junior is a River Bank Run-related event just for kids.
Participants of the Fifth Third River Bank Run can raise money for C-SNIP.
Fifth Third Bank is unveiling some fun new elements for the 2016 race.
Fifth Third Bank shares tips for National Financial Literacy Month.
The Feelin’ Good Mileage Club inspires kids to make exercise fun.
Alto Elementary School rewards children for putting an emphasis on reading.
Priority Health encourages businesses to get employees involved in the Fifth Third River Bank Run.
The Fifth Third River Bank Run is mixing it up this year with fun events for everyone.
The Corporate Challenge encourages businesses to participate in the Fifth Third River Bank Run.
The Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan is an official charity partner with the Fifth Third River Bank Run.
Cheer squads and other groups are invited to participate in the Spirit Station Competition.
Road Warrior Sarah Gust is on a mission to be healthy after losing more than 200 pounds.
The Feelin’ Good Mileage Club encourages kids to get more exercise.
True North Community Services is a Fifth Third River Bank Run charity partner.
Help make wishes come true by supporting Make-A-Wish Michigan through the Fifth Third River Bank Run.
Get registered for the Fifth Third River Bank Run at Craig’s Cruisers this Thursday.
Fifth Third Bank’s Young Bankers Club teaches elementary school students about money management.