Carrell Clinic Sponsors Tour des Fleurs Race

On its 12th anniversary, Tour des Fleurs has named The Carrell Clinic as the presenting sponsor of the quarter- and half-marathon races benefiting the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden at the Arboretum on September 16. The start and finish line are located on the lakeside trail of White Rock Lake. Inners will be announced at 9:30 a.m.

This year's “best post-race party" at 8:15 a.m. is a huge celebration featuring live music, complimentary food and beverages, a physical therapy clinic at The Carrell Clinic booth, massage, yoga and freebies from a variety of sponsors.

Carrell Clinic CEO Rick Weymier says, “The Carrell Clinic has enjoyed a tradition of excellence in orthopedics and sports medicine since 1921, and have a great many patients and employees who are active in sports and athletics, so we see the Tour Des Fleurs race as a natural partnership for us.”

Location: 8525 Garland Rd., Dallas. Tour des Fleurs has become a tradition for more than 3,000 runners, and online registration is open at, with a discount for early registration. For more information about The Carrell Clinic, visit


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