Posts Tagged ‘Timberland

31
Dec
15

2015 Best Nine

Inspired by the trending topic #2015BestNine on Instagram, I decided to create my own nine highlights of the year 2015.  It’s quite difficult to rank them in particular order so I’m listing them from the earliest to the latest in the year.

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30
Jan
13

My First Race of the Year: Waldorf Trail Run

After that long hiatus, I finally got back to running!  And gladly my first race for the year was on the trails of Timberland Heights, San Mateo, Rizal via Waldorf Trail Run.

On our way to Timberland Heights

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11
Jan
13

Race Updates: Waldorf Trail Run at Timberland Heights

It’s just a few weekends before my first race of the year Waldorf Trail Run arrives.  Here are some race updates:

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31
Dec
12

2012: Last Hurrah

2012 had been one of the most “interesting” years of my adult life but unfortunately running took a back seat for me this year in terms of mileage.  That doesn’t mean though that there isn’t much to share about this year!  Here are ten (10) of my favorite posts for the year:

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23
Nov
12

Waldorf Trail Run at Timberland Heights

What about starting the year right with fitness, nature, and at the same time charity? If that sounds good then you should include this race to your new year’s resolution: the Waldorf Trail Run at Timberland Heights, San Mateo, Rizal.

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12
Mar
12

A Ravishing Day at XTERRA Pang Rave Run

XTERRA Pang Rave Run is the first leg of XTERRA races slated for this year all around the country.  It was my first trail run for the year and it was one of the best races I’ve had recently.  It was also my first trail run in a very long time, and I admit I really missed it a lot.

We normally don’t do photo booths, but this event’s an exception

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12
Apr
10

The Score with Score Card

What is a Score Card? Simply put it is a card designed for athletes and sports-minded persons alike.  Spearheaded by Sports Media Asia (SMA), the country’s premiere sports media and marketing group, it is a card that not only looks cool, it also gives added benefits like discounts to products and services, priority for participation in various sports and retail events affiliated or sponsored by SMA, and an insurance.

Design

The first time I saw the score card I thought it was cool as it looked like military dog tags.  Little did I know that this “cool” card packed additional benefits, aside from good looks.  For functionality it can also serve as an alternative to those expensive road IDs provided that your activity permits you to wear it comfortably.  Warning: it really does attract attention!

Insurance

As active people we tend not to think much about injuries until we actually have them, and it’s not a question of “if” but “when.”  Accidents and injuries are inevitable with our lifestyle and it’s better to be prepared and have a good “support.”  This is where the Score Card comes in—all cardholders who properly register and activate their accounts through the SMA website are covered by a limited Accident Medical Reimbursement (sports-related activities only) for one year effective on the date of registration.  Who wants to get injured anyway? But when it does come you at least know that you can reimburse your medical bills (coverage limit of P20,000).

The Score Card is (Practically) Free?

Discounts!  Aside from the Score Card’s looks, discounts are my favorite aspect of this card.  Form meets function.  With the amazing lineup of perks from partner stores, did you know that the Score Card can be practically free?  Let me give you an example: imagine yourself buying a pair or two of shoes worth P6,000 say from The North Face or Res Toe Run which offers 10% discount to Score Card holders.  You get a discount of P600.  The Score Card costs only P600—your discount practically paid for the cost of the Score Card!  And that’s only an example from stores that offer 10% discount—some merchants offer as much as 50% off their services!  And unlike other discount vouchers that you can only use once, you can use your Score Card as much as you want until its expiry date which is also one year.  You get a card for practically free and an insurance coverage of P20,000—good deal right?

Partner Stores

Of course I know you want to know where you can flash your Score Cards for discounts.  Here is the initial list of partner stores and establishments with more to be added soon!  For the updated list of partner merchants visit Sports Media Asia.

  • All Terra Cyclery
  • Anta
  • Balance Lifestyle Fitness Club
  • Bliss yoga
  • Chris Sports
  • Cobra
  • Columbia Sportwear
  • Cushe
  • DC
  • Foot Joy
  • Fruit Magic
  • G-Force
  • Grantrail Cycles
  • Gotcha Paintball Adventure Games
  • Greenhills Badminton Center
  • Health & Beyond
  • Ideal Vision Center
  • Lazer Maxx Laser Tag Arena
  • Life Fitness
  • Mares
  • Mizuno
  • MJ46 (Nike Factory Outlet Store)
  • National Sports Grill
  • Q Bistro
  • Res Toe Run
  • Rider
  • Salomon
  • Sanuk
  • Second Wind
  • Sports Haven (Club 650)
  • Terra Wellness Spa
  • The North Face
  • The Suriya Spa
  • Timberland
  • Timex
  • Titleist
  • Toby’s Sports
  • Trexo
  • Vibram
  • Yoga Manila


Obviously you won’t be able to remember all stores in that list so how would you know which establishments accept the card?

  • Brochure: Your Score Card comes with a brochure containing the list of establishments, branches, and their offers.
  • Website: The complete and updated list of partner establishments can be found at scorecard.sportsmedia.com.ph/merchants.php
  • Signages: All establishments that accept the Score Card will either have door decals or counter top signages that read “Score Card Accepted Here.”

Once you register your Score Card (to also activate your insurance) you have a choice of receiving updates through SMS or email, which is highly recommended for you to avail of downloadable coupons, exclusive promotions, and sports workshops.

The Cause

Not only you are reaping the benefits of the Score Card.  SMA allocates a percentage of the proceeds from Score Card sales to help athletes, sports groups, and organizations raise funds for training, procure equipment and services, and transportation to compete in various local and international competitions.  The Score Card aims to be a sustainable sports development tool and as such it challenges every Filipino, sportsman or not, to support and join this movement to help uplift Philippine sports.  Make big scores for yourself and Philippine sports with the Score Card! In sports we give glory to our nation through action not talk!

How do you get a Score Card?

Contact me! The benefits mentioned above plus more, all for only P600.  Simply send me your inquiries or orders and I’ll contact you on how to get your own Score Card as well as payment details.  The sooner you get one, the sooner you’ll enjoy its benefits!

For more information about the Score Card you may contact me, or Sports Media Asia at (02) 899 3226.




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