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Al Lopez Park  |  9:00 AM

The Dominion Payroll SpeakUp5k presented by WellCare is a fun-filled, family-friendly event. Inspired by Cameron. There will be plenty of fun zones, music, food, and opportunities to connect with our sponsors. Start a team with your coworkers, friends, family, or neighbors and run or walk the course together! It will be a fun-filled day for all. In 2018, 40% of participants were under 18. We love that teens have taken the initiative to SpeakUp in their schools and communicate. To learn more about becoming a SpeakUp student ambassador in Tampa, please email


Enjoy the beautiful scenery of Al Lopez Park as you complete the 3.1-mile course.

This is a fast, flat course full of fun surprises and smiles along the way.

Strollers welcome. Dogs welcome, as long as they are on a leash! There is even a pet water stop along the route and at the post-race party!



Stick around for a bit after the race! We will have music, food, and vendors – a fun atmosphere for the whole family to enjoy. 
This is the perfect place to celebrate with family and friends, to learn how the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay is helping
those battling depression and anxiety, and to help us show our support for all of the other wonderful organizations in
Tampa that help make it possible for us to continue to SpeakUp, loud and clear!



When is packet pickup? Packet pickup begins at 7:30 AM
on race day at Al Lopez Park.

What time does the race start? 9 AM

Is the race timed?  We have a timing clock, but we do not officially time the race or track results.

Are strollers welcome? Yes!

Are dogs welcome? Yes, as long as they are leashed!

How do I register?  Click the “register” button above to register online. 
Walk-up registration is also available on race day starting at 7:30 am.

Can I volunteer? Yes! Email to learn about volunteer opportunities.

Want to get more involved? You can help us make an even bigger impact on your community!

SpeakUp5k Tampa gives back! A portion of the proceeds from this race will be donated to the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay to support their Florida Healthy Transitions program that is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The program aims to improve access to treatment and support services for youth and young adults ages 16 – 25 that either have, are experiencing symptoms, or are at risk of developing a serious mental health condition.


Interested in sponsoring the race? Email for more information.