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Join Bill.com for the 2016 San Jose 408k Race on March 6

On March 6, I’ll be running in the San Jose 408k race with the Bill.com team to support our culture of health and fun.  I would be thrilled if you could join me and my team for the race.

Bill.com is an official sponsor of the race and as a small token of appreciation, we are extending an invitation to all our customers, partners, staff, and family, and friends. Please contact us for a promo code good for a 30% discount by sending an email to 408KRace@hq.bill.com.

After the race we will have a tent set up for refreshments/breakfast and conversations.  All of the Bill.com team would love to meet and talk with you so please plan to hang out afterwards.  

We’ve run this race as a company for a few years and it’s a fun race that benefits a great charity, The Pat Tillman Foundation. This is the first year that we’re sponsoring the event and encouraging our extended community in the SF Bay Area to join.  I know that I and many of the Bill.com employees will be running with their family members.  The more the merrier!  

If you register for the event, please let us know on Twitter @billcom or @rlacerte. The event hashtag is #408k.

This race is a ton of fun so I hope to see you there.  

Remember to send a note to 408KRace@hq.bill.com so that we can send you a promo code for a 30% discount.

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Course Information

Start at SAP Center in Downtown San Jose

Head West on Santa Clara – Continue on The Alameda – Left on Randol – Right on Morse – Left on Naglee – Left on Park – Right on Hester- Right on Dana – Left on Naglee – Right on Garden – Left on Emory – Continue on Laurelei – Left onto Hedding – Left on Monroe – Right on Stevens Creek

Left on Santana Row – 8K = 4.97 miles.

January 18, 2016
René Lacerte
CEO and Founder, Bill.com
René founded Bill.com in 2006, bringing with him more than 20 years experience in the finance, software and payments industries. He is a fourth generation entrepreneur and holds a MS in Industrial Engineering and a BS in Quantitative Economics from Stanford University.