Energizer Night Race 2015 proceeds to benefit Bantay Bata 163
Run, be fit, and help.
That’s the mantra of Energizer as it stages its 7th Energizer Night Race in Alabang on Saturday.
Targeting more than 3,000 runners, the company will stage a two-hour open group run where runners can run as many laps as they can in hopes of boosting the donation total to its P1-million benchmark.
To be held on the streets of Filinvest City in Alabang, runners are encouraged to run as many three-kilometer loops within the two-hour frame, with every loop equating to P100 worth of donations.
“We are targeting to donate a total of P1-million to Bantay Bata 163 as part of their operation and medical treatment funds,” said Claire Guevarra, Energizer senior brand manager.
The race comes with a P700 fee, which gives runners a kit that includes a singlet, the RFID-infused race bib, headlight, cap, and a Schick razor. Limited slots are still available at Reebok Filinvest.
“We would like the participants to radiate positiv energy not only to the other participants but more importantly, to the children of Bantay Bata,” said MJ Tiquia, Energizer brand activations manager. CFC