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JPMorgan Corporate Challenge set for May

Rochester Business Journal
April 1, 2014

The annual JPMorgan Corporate Challenge for Rochester-area companies is slated for May 29 at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection is this year’s beneficiary.

JPMorgan will make a donation on behalf of all race participants that will help sustain the HW-SC program, which supports the 2,400 students in the Rochester City School District.

More than 11,000 entrants from over 450 companies are expected to participate in the 3.5-mile road race, which is open to full-time employees. It starts at 7 p.m. at RIT.

For details or to register, go to jpmorganchasecc.com.

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