Managed by Vantage Sports under Kenneth Sai, Run to Serve will feature a 3K, 5K and 10K run for the benefit of the Psoriasis Club of the Southern Philippines Medical Center (formerly Davao Medical Center) Department of Dermatology.
Lito Delos Reyes of SCOOP-Davao wrote the following story on the event.
Run to Serve on Jan. 16
THE running fever continues this year with a series of marathons set in Davao City starting on January 16 at 5 a.m.
The inaugural event is dubbed “Run to Serve 2011”, a 3K, 5K and 10K fun run for the benefit of Psoriasis Club of the Southern Philippines Medical Center (formerly Davao Medical Center) Department of Dermatology.
The registration fees are P250 with free singlet and P200 without singlet.
“The proceeds will go to our patients,” said SPMC dermatology resident physician Dr. Anna Liza Chiu last Tuesday at the SCOOP Sports Round Table Talk at the Tagboan Lounge sponsored by the Royal Mandaya Hotel, Beefit Gym, High Ponds Resort and the Stadium Buffet Restaurant and Sports Lounge.
The footrace, which will start and end at the SPMC Health Garden in Bajada, will be managed by the Vantage Sports headed by Kenneth Sai.
The top three finishers in the 10K will earn P5,000, P3,000 and P2,000, while the top winners in the 5k and 3K will pocket P3,000 and P1,500, respectively.
“There will be lots of exciting raffle prizes for participants,” added Chiu.
Registration is now going on at the SPMC Dermatology Department, 2nd floor JICA Bldg. or Skin Doctors, 3rd floor, Gaisano Mall or C5 Dormitel, Roxas Avenue.
Below is the race route posted on the Run to Serve Facebook page.