One day after the company's annual meeting attracted 38,000 people, shareholders participated in a 5k run Sunday and planned to keep shopping at Omaha businesses owned by Berkshire.
Three of Buffett's key assistants -- Tracy Britt Cool and investment managers Ted Weschler and Todd Combs -- led the 5k race downtown.
Buffett was to sell jewelry and play bridge with shareholders on Sunday at Berkshire's Borsheims jewelry store. Then he was to visit private shareholder dinners at two of his favorite Omaha steak houses, Gorat's and Piccolo's.
Buffett will wrap up the festivities with a series of television interviews Monday morning.