Joe is the owner of Fleet Feet Mahwah. He opened the store in 2002 as a result of his long-time dream to own and operate his own business, and his passion for the sport of running. Along with operating the business full-time, he is also leads our No Boundaries training program, in which he helps beginning runners adopt a healthy lifestyle by training them to run a 5K.
In addition to his extensive knowledge about footwear and training, Joe is also well-known for his great taste in tunes, which can be heard bopping up the shop at all times. He's fit thousands of people in running shoes, and has completed 15 marathons including the Boston and New York City marathons, several half marathons and continues to train, despite his gimpy knees.
Jill is also an owner of Fleet Feet Mahwah and holds a vast amount of information regarding running and fitness equipment. She greatly contributes to the business by purchasing and merchandising the women’s apparel, and by designing the store windows to model the products and create an inviting atmosphere. She's run the 2009 & 2010 More Half Marathons, the 2009 Philadelphia half marathon, and several 5K and 10k's.
Jackie is the daughter of Joe and Jill, and works full-time at Fleet Feet Mahwah. Jackie has completed three marathons, 16 half marathons, countless 5 and 10Ks, and in high school, she enjoyed running cross-country and track and field for Mahwah HS. She's also a multiple winner of the Jane Ketchin Bryl Memorial Scholarship from Fleet Feet Inc. Jack's a graduate of Fordham University, where she studied economics & math.
Larry, Joe’s younger brother, has been helping us out at Fleet Feet since we opened in 2002, and is now with us on a full time basis. He brings quite a bit of running experience with him as he is a veteran marathoner who's competed in 44 marathons. He’s run the Boston Marathon 6 times, NYC Marathon 16 times and has countless 5K’s, 10K’s and half marathons under his belt as well. He was a pace group leader in our Galloway Marathon Program since it’s start in 2002. Aside from running, he’s an avid fly fisherman and skier.