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Last Sept. 28, Adobo Magazine held a press conference to announce Adobo Run: After Dark, its night run event, at R.O.X. [Bonifacio] High Street attended by members of the press, bloggers, and runners, and hosted by no other than the 2008 Binibining Pilpinas-International, Patricia Fernandez.
Angel Guerrero, editor-in-chief and founder of Adobo Magazine, introduced the event as a way for people to come together. “Some of you know the title of Adobo as the magazine for the advertising and brand industry, we also stand for something more: community. Effective industry is based on communities, on meeting new people and working together as one.”
Adobo Run: After Dark is made up of a 3K, 5K, and 10K route around the McKinley Hill area. The event is open for everyone to join, and accompanied by live music and drinks. Also, in line with the Halloween weekend, there will be a special category for those who run in costume, and, for the biggest contingent.
Registration fee is at Php600 per person, while companies and running groups get special group package of one free register for every 10 paid registrants.
This exciting night race is directed by Ian Alacar from Without Limits, Inc., and sponsored by Adobo Magazine, Megaworld, Hit Productions, Milo, Gatorade, Sun Marino, Sunlife, Bates 141, and Yehey!
Proceeds of the run [will] go to Formula Juan, a project to make an LPG-run public transport jeepney. For more information on Formula Juan, you can visit their website atFormula Juan.
Interested participants can download the registration form and find a map of the run atAdobo Magazine website.
You may also register at R.O.X at Bonifacio High Street, Secondwind Store in Ortigas, The Brick in McKinley Hill, and at the Adobo Magazine Office in Pasong Tamo extension.
For more information, please email the Adobo Run Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call them at 0916.243.7390.