Climb 4 Climate Appoints Premier Event Management Firm DMSE Sports for Inaugural Boston Event at Harvard Stadium

June 12, 2024

Nationally Recognized Race Management Organization to Execute the Inaugural Stadium Stair- Climbing Event Designed to Inspire Collective Action Against Climate Change

BOSTON, MA – June 12, 2024 /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – Climb 4 Climate, a non-profit organization on a mission to fight climate change with stadium stair-climbing events, today announced its partnership with DMSE Sports, a leading event management, logistics, and operations firm, for the inaugural Climb 4 Climate Boston event being held on Saturday, August 10, 2024. Following a comprehensive RFP process, DMSE Sports has been selected as the official event management partner, bringing their unmatched expertise and experience to Harvard Stadium.

“It was essential to partner with Dave McGillivray and his top-tier team at DMSE Sports to create and execute our crucial inaugural event at Harvard Stadium,” said Ann Wells Crandall, COO of Climb 4 Climate. “Our mission at Climb 4 Climate is simple: to unite people, build community, and improve our health and planet. Climb 4 Climate Boston will be an unforgettable community event that raises awareness and funds for climate action. DMSE Sports, with its extensive history and expertise, is the perfect partner to deliver the exceptional event experience Climb 4 Climate envisions.”

DMSE Sports, founded by the renowned race director Dave McGillivray, has an impressive track record of managing high profile events. The firm has overseen the technical and logistical aspects of more than 1,400 events globally, including iconic races like the Boston Marathon, ASICS Falmouth Road Race, and the TD Beach to Beacon 10K. Their reputation for producing safe, organized, and technically advanced events makes them the ideal partner for Climb 4 Climate.

”We are honored to be selected by Climb 4 Climate to manage its inaugural Boston event,” said Dave McGillivray, President of DMSE Sports. “Our team is dedicated to creating exceptional experiences, and we look forward to bringing that same level of dedication and precision to this important cause.”

Climb 4 Climate will feature an immersive environment charged with energy and purpose. Participants will climb up the concrete seats, 30 rows high, and down the steps in all 37 sections of Harvard Stadium. Environmental facts displayed along the course will motivate climbers and educate participants about the need for urgent climate action.

“DMSE will be responsible for comprehensive event management, including course design and safety, managing the overall event flow from start to finish, and ensuring smooth transitions for participants and spectators throughout the event,” said Ann Wells Crandall. “Through their experience and knowledge, DMSE will make Climb 4 Climate an unforgettable community event for everyone who attends.”

Experiencing the feat of climbing Harvard Stadium will help Climb 4 Climate Boston participants understand the importance of taking on other big challenges, such as fighting climate change.

Registration is open now, with an early bird registration fee of $25 for adults and $15 for students. Motivated individuals who want to be part of the climate change fight but don’t want to climb stairs can still make a difference by volunteering at Climb 4 Climate Boston. Details on volunteer opportunities are available on the Climb 4 Climate website.

About Climb 4 Climate

Climb 4 Climate is a Boston-based non-profit organization that is about breaking barriers to a greener world and having fun doing it. The non-profit unites thousands of stair climbers in stadiums nationwide, raising funds to combat climate change. Join the movement, bring your friends, and let’s climb toward a brighter future. Together, we can make a difference and leave a legacy of sustainability for generations to come. Climb 4 Climate Boston marks the beginning of a series of stadium stair-climbing events designed to raise awareness about the urgent need to combat climate change, with plans to expand the series in 2025. For more information and to register for Climb 4 Climate Boston 2024, visit www.climb4climate.org.