Revenue Recovery Corporation, a Knoxville-based collections and receivables management company, has signed on as the Gold Sponsor of the 2016 Murray Half Marathon.

Revenue Recovery Corporation began in 1933 and in 2000 adopted its current name.  The staff offer third-party collection, outsourcing and information technology services, as well as legal, insurance and skiptracing services.

"RRC and our employees are honored to sponsor the 2016 Murray Half Marathon," said Gregg Swersky, president.  "Having experienced the wonderful care from a local Hospice unit during my fathers' passing, I am happy to support this wonderful organization!"

This year marks the sixth annual Murray Half Marathon, which is organized by the Murray Calloway Endowment for Healthcare at Murray-Calloway County Hospital, and raises funds to support the Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House.  The facility will offer end-of-life care in a home-like setting to area residents in partnership with MCCH's existing Hospice unit.

The 2016 Murray Half Marathon is scheduled for April 16, 2016 and will begin in front of the hospital on Poplar Street.  This year the new course will include running past the Anna Mae Owen Hospice House.  In addition to the 13.1 mile course, a 5K and Half Marathon Relay are also available.  At the 2015 event, $50,000 was raised from sponsors and the 750 runners who participated.  The event also brings in countless support from local volunteers.

For more information on Revenue Recovery Corporation, visit  For more information on the Murray Half Marathon and how to become a sposor, visit  For more information on the Murray Calloway Endowment for Healthcare, visit