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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Congratulations to The Peachtree Health & Fitness Expo on a completely sold out show!

Atlanta Track Club and the Peachtree Health & Fitness Expo gained 23 booths from their 2010 Expo. Boothboss is excited to be a part of this awesome event and would like to wish all of the runners and exhibitors the best of luck!
Take a look at the floorplan and if your in the area stop in and enjoy. July 2-4 2011

Take a few minutes and vote on your favorite T-Shirt

Monday, June 13, 2011

Harleys Heroes Motorcycle Ride June 18th

Check out the ride to help the Never Forgotten Honor Flight. If you want to spend the day enjoying the beautiful Wisconsin views or just hang out, have a beer and listen to some great music please check out the link below.

To get registered go to.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Honor Flight Network

RegistrationBoss announces local partnership with Never Forgotten Honor Flight. Never Forgotten Honor Flight has a very simple mission: “We want to fly as many Veterans as are able to Washington to experience “their” memorial and a few other sights and sounds of the nation’s capital, at no cost to our Veterans”.

Jim Campbell and Mike Thompson Central Wisconsin co-founders for Honor Flight have worked since the conception of the chapter to make their Honor Flight one of the best and most active in the nation. Their success can be found in the many flights, smiles and appreciative Veterans who were fortunate to make the journey to Washington D.C.

When Jim Lemke, President and CEO of RegistrationBoss had an opportunity to affiliate and help support this cause through an on line registration system supporting event fund raisers held for Honor Flight, he jumped at the chance. “RegistrationBoss has had the distinct opportunity to write software designed to make event managers jobs easier, more profitable, and to take advantage of viral marketing opportunities in today’s trendy social media arena.” “When I had a chance to affiliate our registration software in support of this great cause, I couldn’t write the program fast enough” says Lemke, CEO and President for RegistrationBoss.

Now RegistrationBoss is in discussion with many different organizations and fund raisers in support of Honor Flight and other non-profit fund raising organizations. None more important than the upcoming “Harley Heroes” motorcycle run and block party organized by Mid-Wisconsin Bank of Wausau. Go to and check out the Honor Flight link for this fun event with an honorable cause.

If you have an event that could benefit from an online registration system Jim Lemke can be reached at 715-345-6599.

Peachtree Road Race

The Peachtree Health and Fitness Expo on July 2-3
serves as the kick-off to the AJC 2010 Peachtree Health & Fitness Expo- BOAPeachtree Road Race on the Fourth of July. The Expo features vendors from the health and fitness industry including running apparel and gear, nutritional products and injury prevention. Check out who's exhibiting

2011 AJC Peachtree Road Race

The AJC Peachtree Road Race is an Atlanta institution. The event, which attracts runners and walkers from all over the US, is a great way to celebrate the Fourth of July. For those not running or walking in the event, there are opportunities to take part in the festivities by becoming a volunteer or cheering on the 60,000 participants.

We look forward to seeing you on July 4!

Boothboss is proud to be involved with 41 Years of history.

Peachtree Through the Years 1970-2011Old Peachtree Photo

On July 4, 1970, 110 runners gathered at the old Sears parking lot on the corner of Peachtree and Roswell Road. The group, now known as the “Original 110,” ran 6.2 miles through Atlanta to Central City Park in what would go down in history as the inaugural Peachtree Road Race.

  • 1971 - The first of the now famous Peachtree T-Shirts are handed out at the end of the race.
  • 1976 - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution becomes the title sponsor.
  • 1978 - Race finish is moved to Piedmont Park in front of the Bath House to accommodate the 6,500+ runners.
  • 1980 - Race is capped at 25,000 participants. The limit is set due to the congestion on the course where it entered the park.
  • 1982 - The Shepherd Center’s Wheelchair Division is added. Since then the event has produced several world record-breaking performances by participants in the wheelchair division.
  • 1985 - Julia Emmons becomes the Executive Director of the Atlanta Track Club and the Director of the AJC Peachtree Road Race. She will remain the director for the next 22 Peachtrees. The AJC also comes back as title sponsor and will remain title sponsor through the present.
  • 1987 - First AJC Peachtree Jr. is held.
  • 1990 - New race cap of 40,000 is announced.
  • 1992 - Race cap increases to 45,000 and race fills in nine days.
  • 1995 - Race cap increases to 50,000, and the first AJC Peachtree Road Race T-shirt Design Contest is held. Carle Wattenberg, III is the winning designer.
  • 1998 - Race cap increases to its current limit of 55,000 participants.
  • 1999 - Race finish moves to 10th Street and Charles Allen Drive due to sewer construction inside the park. The finish will remain there for the next eight years.
  • 2004 - First overseas race is held in Baghdad.
  • 2006 - After 22 years, Julia Emmons directs her last AJC Peachtree Road Race and retires from the Atlanta Track Club.
  • 2007 - Tracey Russell takes over for Emmons as Executive Director of the Atlanta Track Club and directs her first AJC Peachtree Road Race. First USA Men’s 10 km Championship is held in conjunction with the race.
  • 2008 - Due to the drought, race cannot finish in Piedmont Park and is successfully moved to Juniper Street and Ponce de Leon Ave.
  • 2009 - For the first time every participant is electronically timed and race finish returns to 10thStreet.
  • 2010 - Start waves are assigned by performance, expanding from nine time groups to 20 start waves. An official number transfer system is also implemented.
  • 2011- Race cap increases to 60,000. Online lottery system is implemented for registration.

6 Small Things You Can Do When You Lack Discipline

Post written by Leo Babauta.

One of the biggest problems people face is the lack of discipline — they have goals or habits they want to achieve, but lack that discipline needed to stick with it.

Then we beat ourselves up about it. We feel crappy because we can’t stick with it.

And that leads to more failure, because we’re forming a mindset that we don’t have the necessary discipline.

Here’s what to do when you face a situation like this:

1. Forgive yourself. You aren’t perfect. No one is. Realize that beating yourself up will only make things worse. Take a few slow, deep breaths and let it go. Forgive yourself. And move on.

2. Realize that discipline is an illusion. While discipline is a common concept, it doesn’t actually exist. It’s not a thing you can actually do. Think about it: people say discipline is pushing yourself to do something you don’t want to do. But how do you do that? What skill is required? There isn’t a skill — it’s just forcing yourself to do something you don’t want to do. And that requires …some kind of motivation. Without motivation, you won’t be able to force yourself to do anything. So motivation is the key concept — and this is something that’s real, that you can actually learn how to do.

3. Focus on motivation. What’s your motivation for pursuing the goal or habit? How will you sustain the motivation when you struggle? Have very strong motivations for doing something, and write them down. Commit publicly. When things get tough, remind yourself of your motivation. Focus on it. It’ll pull you along — that’s more powerful than trying to focus on the push of discipline.

4. Make it easy. Discipline is tough because whatever the task or habit you’re trying to do is tough. Instead, make it easy. Remove barriers. Having a hard time exercising? Make it ridiculously easy, by only exercising for 5 minutes. What use is exercising for 5 minutes? You’re creating the habit, not getting yourself into shape overnight. The 5 minutes of exercise will have only a tiny impact on your health, but it makes exercise super easy. If you can do that 30 days in a row, you now have an exercise habit. Hate waking up early to go to the gym? Do it at home. Do it during lunch or after work.

5. Focus on enjoyment. It’s hard to push yourself — to have discipline — when you hate doing something. So find something enjoyable about the activity. If you don’t look forward to exercise, find some good music, or a workout partner who you can have a nice conversation with, or a peaceful setting in nature that is just beautiful. And focus on that enjoyable aspect. Hate doing your paperwork? Find a peaceful sanctuary where you can do the paperwork and enjoy yourself. Maybe have a nice cup of tea or coffee, play some nice music. And focus on the enjoyment.

6. Repeat. You’ll almost inevitably slip up sometime, no matter how good you are. Unfortunately, people often take this to mean they don’t have discipline, and they just beat themselves up and give up. Well, it’s just a bump in the road. Get up, dust yourself off, and get going again. Start from Step 1 and start all over.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Custer Street Fair! June 18-19 327 exhibitors! WOW!

The fair began in 1972 on historic Custer Avenue named after General George Armstrong Custer in gratitude for his service to the Union during the Civil War. Each year since then artists, craftspeople, antique dealers, restauranteurs, entertainers and the business community get together with 60,000 attendees for this award-winning Northshore tradition.
Custer's Last Stand, or as the locals call it, the Custer Fair is a function of Evanston Festival Theatre, Inc., a thirty-three year old not-for-profit corporation. In addition to producing Custer's Last Stand it also has undertaken the restoration of the Main St. Metra train station. In addition to providing excellent commuter services the station will function as a cultural center called, The Evanston Arts Depot. The Evanston Arts Depot is the home of another Evanston Festival Theatre, Inc. enterprise - the Piccolo Theatre, a professional ensemble-based theatre company. Go to the Piccolo Theatre web site to see the offerings for the current season.