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It’s a big day here at TC Running Company. We’ve worked to team up with the iconic St. Paul based Run n Fun. That’s right, Run n Fun will now become part of the TCRC family, keeping the shops independent and locally owned. 

Run n Fun has been serving the running community in the Twin Cities and surrounding area for over 30 years. Their mission has been to support everyone from the casual walker and high school athlete, to the college runner and beyond. In fact, TC Running was born out of Run n Fun’s rich history, and it’s one of the reasons we’re very excited.

“I purchased my first pair of running shoes from Run n Fun in 1992”, says TCRC owner Adam Lindahl. “In 1997, my first job was at Run n Fun, and it fueled my love for the business. The TCRC team is proud to continue the legacy of Run N Fun as locally owned specialty run shops focused on runners.”

“It was very important to us to sell the business to someone we knew would continue our legacy and keep our deeply planted roots within not only the running community but the community itself,” said Run n Fun founder and owner Kari Bach. “We wish them the best in their new adventure as Perry and I start ours. A huge thank you to all our wonderful customers for their patronage and support throughout the years. Our new owners are looking forward to your continued support and will treat you well.”

Joining TC Running’s management and ownership is long-time Run n Fun manager Nick Wareham - and we couldn’t be happier.

We’ll transition the naming next year, but for now, TCRC/RNF locations will include the following:

  • Eden Prairie
  • St. Paul
  • Maple Grove
  • Burnsville
  • Woodbury

We wouldn’t be here without the running community. Starting with our TCRC staff and extending to everyone who supports TC Running - THANK YOU. We’re proud to keep our shops independent and locally owned.

Also… Check out the new tees we’ve made repping both TCRC and Run n Fun!

Let's Run Together Tees

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