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Reader Race Bib Displays

Our readers are full of creative solutions for displaying race bibs.

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On Monday, I became exasperated by the clutter of race bibs around my house. It seemed that every time I opened a closet, drawer, or box, there would be a bib waiting for me. I felt like a hoarder of race memories! Naturally the only solution to this problem was to ask our readers how they organize our race bibs. With the help of a retweet from a little birdie, we received so many ingenious and creative responses. Here are a few photos that our readers shared with us. Want to read more of our reader’s ideas or share your own? Head over to our Twitter page or tag us on Pinterest!

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