Should Volunteers Have a Different Shirt Than Participants?

Volunteers and Race Committee members often have different color shirts or at least “volunteer” on the back of the shirt so someone will know who to ask questions to.  Adding a different color shirt will increase the budget slightly (unless the cost of the volunteer shirt is hugely significant) but it will be worth it to stand out and be able to answer questions quickly.

At one of the races I planned the participants had one shirts (it was a color run) and the volunteers had a two color (purple and lime green-the colors of the organization) tie dye look….they were awesome and everyone wanted to buy one!

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