“Dusk-2-Dawn”: Run for Road Safety 2016

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It’s been MORE than a year-long of road accountability but the Auto Review Road Safety Olympics has got its final card for the 2015 season still swinging with a bang – with the Run for Road Safety 2016: “Dusk-to-Dawn”, slated on May 22, 2016 at the MOA, SM By the Bay, Pasay City.

As a motorist (long before I became a runner…), I always try to be law-abiding and adhere to the standards of road safety, but here is a situation wherein a collective effort must be enforced for positive change to happen.

Auto Review‘s initiative for a continuous campaign to promote road safety is timely, in view of the hundreds of road accidents that take place in various parts of the country every day, many of which could have been avoided with better information and much-felt responsibility. What better way to spread the word than have people come in force, as they do in a footrace.

That force of 3,000 runners is expected to drum up more interest on the advocacy for road safety, joining any of the following distances:

Distances and Registration Fees: 3K:P400 * 5K:P500 * 10K:P600

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Registration fee includes: race kit, singlet, finisher medal, freebies and free three-day trial at F-45 gym in SM MOA worth P1,500.

Registration Centers:  Chris Sports Market Market/Glorietta/Mall of Asia/North EDSA

Part of the proceeds will go to road accident victims being assisted by the non-profit organization, Philippine Global Road Safety Partnership (PGRSP).

The worthwhile endeavor is in collaboration with Automobile Association Philippines, PGRSP, World Health Organization, Department of Transportation and Communication, Metro-Manila Development Authority, Department of Education, Mazda Philippines, Bridgestone,  Chevrolet Philippines, Isuzu Philippines Corporation, Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc., Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation, Toyota Motor Philippines, When in Manila, Unioil, Gym F-45, Chris Sports, Cow and Chicken Kapitolyo, Carmudi.com.ph and Pinoy Fitness.com.

For more information, please contact

Samantha Beltran * samz.beltran@gmail.com * 0917-862-4106

 

Road Safety begins and endures with a responsible motorist and runner!

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