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04/19/2011

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RunCoach Jen

Thanks for sharing this. Most runners don't know the importance of bringing identification in case like emergency happens.. Especially if you are planning to run on miles.. telling your plan and where you go running to your housemate is also a plus just in case you won't be home for long..

John J. Wall

I've always run with a RoadID their latest version has a toll free number and a PIN, and a web address so that healthcare providers can access an online profile you set up.

Elana Perdeck

I use www.invisiblebracelet.org They have a terrific texting service built into their products. It's simple and inexpensive. Only $10 a year.

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