Pacers is listed in the Shoes & Shoe Repairs category in Alexandria, Virginia. Displayed below are the social networks for Pacers which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Pacers on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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Pacers has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that Pacers has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Alexandria, Virginia is 37 and in the Shoes & Shoe Repairs category is 57. Learn more about ZapScore

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Run with us tonight from all Pacers Running locations. Additional runs in the mornings, evenings, and weekends too. Check out our calendar of weekly runs for the one(s) that work for you! #ForEveryRun
All are welcome to Pacers Running community fun runs!

This week in the Scoop - The return of summer #RunBookClub, #Twilighter5k, Fun Runs, @PaceTheNation podcast & more!…

#JoggersandLagers tonight at 7pm from @PortCityBrew 🌧️ or ☀️ #For…

@runpacer It is at the office!

This week in the Scoop - Summer Runner Book Club, Summer races, Fun Runs, and the Pace The Nation Podcast! #ForEveryRun
Summer Runner Book Club is back, Twlighter is coming up with a new twist and Pace the Nation talks about sports and some running too #ForEveryRun

@DJBatCat Yes they did, you can find the 2017 #ParkwayClassic (and our other races) photos here.…

New DC Flag Tank Tops to showcase your DC Pride (and your arms) this summer!…

Pacers Running updated their cover photo.
New DC flag tanks have just arrived! Grab yours today online or in store and show your DC pride! #ForEveryRun #RepresentTheDistrict

#FacesOfPacers | Jason Levine, Race Director for Capitol Hill Classic --- My daughter is a 3rd grader and my son is in pre-k/4 at the Capitol Hill Cluster School and this is my 5th year as race director of the Capitol Hill Classic. Capitol Hill Classic serves as a fundraiser for my kids’ school so basically I don’t need to be on the PTA. I love planning this race, it is so much fun. The former race directors were not runners, which is kind of like leading an orchestra when you don’t exactly know the instruments. Since we are located on the Hill it’s hard to put 6 miles together without blocking the entrance to Union Station or Independence, we get it done but it can be a challenge. I started running in 2009 because I was fat and unhealthy; I looked at my 1 year old and knew I needed to do something different so I picked up someone’s aspirational jog stroller and started running. I didn’t consider myself a runner for a long time. I could only run the short side of Lincoln Park and it took a week or two before I could run the long side of the park. It took me a long time to feel like I was doing something out there and I didn’t run with other humans for over a year. Now that I am in my 5th year with the Capitol Hill Classic I feel like I am just getting my stride. I’ve learned the ideal number to put on this race is five people. We start thinking about it in November and in January and February there is still a lot to do. On race day we have 360 volunteers show up, this is a tremendous community effort. Race day is the most fun day of the year. Students can raise pledge money to offset the price of race registration, many go way above and beyond with their fundraising. Last year students raised $30,000 and this year the student fundraising goal is $40,000. There are three campuses and students range from age 3 through 8th grade. After the event student pledge money follows students back to specific campus they attend. Students have input into where those funds go, with adult guidance of course, it provides kids a stake in their own educational opportunities. The Capitol Hill Classic has a 3k distance and students take ownership over that race. Watching the 3k race go on is hysterical; kids are having a blast. We have a Girls on the Run program at school and girls training with GOTR are super well trained for the 3k; it is prefect prep for their end of season 5k. My daughter is in GOTR and will be in 5k shape in June and wants to keep it running after her season ends. Living on Capitol Hill my normal run is the most cherished run, running on the National Mall is an insane run. I want impart to my daughter her how truly special it is to run in this city. #ForEveryRun
This week's Faces of Pacers is Jason Levine the Race Director of the Capitol Hill Classic. The race keeps him running and out of PTA meetings! #ForEveryRun

Use Pilates to help you get fit before getting fit with our friends at Body Dynamics. Improve your coordination while preventing injury, and building strength and flexibility. Read more about it on the blog along with a few simple exercises to get started! #ForEveryRun
Use Pilates to help you get fit before getting fit with our friends at Body Dynamics. Improve your coordination while preventing injury,