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Global Gateway Logistics City Sets Very First Aerotropolis Half Marathon

(Press Release) Clark Freeport – Global Gateway Logistics City (GGLC) will host the very first GGLC Aerotropolis Half Marathon dubbed as “SCTEX Challenge: Run Beyond Your Limits.”  The Half Marathon will start at the GGLC grounds extending to the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) on January 19, 2014.  An estimated 2,000 participants will join the marathon composed of 3K, 5K, 10K and 21K distances.

According to Peregrine and GGLC Vice President for Sales & Marketing Jeff Pradhan, “Global Gateway Logistics City aims to showcase Clark as a premiere sports venue through our first Aerotropolis Half Marathon, similarly promoting camaraderie among sports enthusiasts of all ages in the Philippines especially in the Metro Clark community.”

Finisher’s Medal

Pradhan added that the Aerotropolis Half Marathon which is staged to start at the GGLC grounds targets to provide assistance to a local orphanage in Angeles City.

“The marathon will also benefit a select orphanage in Angeles City funded only by donations and individual sponsorships.  This is a part of GGLC’s corporate social responsibility programs aimed at giving back to the society,” said Pradhan.

Organized by Hubble Multisport in partnership with GGLC, this aims to be the premier running event in Central Luzon by utilizing SCTEX in the course which allows participants to enjoy the scenic view of the country’s longest expressway giving them a unique and unforgettable running experience.

“The marathon course [sic] is something to look forward to.  A portion of the SCTEX will be closed to traffic so runners can experience a full view of the expressway – a rare opportunity for runners.  We will also have pacers for all levels for the half marathon and entertainment stations all along the route which gives a fun and exciting running environment,” said Race Director and Hubble Representative Jumbo Tayag.

There will be water stations and designated medical booth to ensure safety of the runners.  Worth ₱70,000 cash prizes, medals and certificates are at stake.  Each participant will receive a finisher’s technical t-shirt, finisher’s medal, race bib, timing chip and a loot bag.

To know more about the run, visit clarkisit.com/aerotropolishalfmarathon.  As an early bird promo (until November 30, 2013) registration fees for 21K, 10K, 5K and 3K are as follows: ₱950.00, ₱650.00, ₱550.00, and ₱400.00 respectively.

And for the regular rates (December 01, 2013 to December 31, 2013) registration fees for 21K, 10K, 5K and 3K are as follows: ₱1,000.00, ₱700.00, ₱600.00, and ₱450.00 respectively.

Event Shirt

GGLC Aerotropolis Half Marathon
Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga
January 19, 2014

Category Registration Fee Gun Start
21K ₱950 until Nov 30
₱1,000 until Dec 31
₱1,100 Jan 01 onwards
5:45AM
10K ₱650 until Nov 30
₱700 until Dec 31
₱750 Jan 01 onwards
6:00AM
5K ₱550 until Nov 30
₱600 until Dec 31
₱650 Jan 01 onwards
6:15AM
3K ₱400 until Nov 30
₱450 until Dec 31
₱500 Jan 01 onwards
6:30AM

For more details, please contact +63 920 961 6758 or email hubblemultisport@gmail.com.


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