Fourth Brent Run to lure hundreds

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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

RUNNING enthusiasts from Baguio and Benguet will once again be treated to a tough and challenging race experience with the fourth staging of Brent Run slated May 11.

Hosted by Brent International School Baguio Parents and Teachers Association 2013-2014, the 4th edition of Brent Run Road and Trail Combo will be for the benefit of PROJECT Schools for Schools aimed to help rebuild a school in Guian, Samar heavily devastated by typhoon Yolanda.

The race will cater three race categories namely 3K, 11K, and 22K with registration fees of P350, P450, and P750 accordingly.


Organizers said all registration fees are inclusive of timing chip, race bibs, commemorative dri-fit tees, certificates and snacks, including finisher’s baller id for the 11K runners, and finisher’s medal for the 22K events.

Registration starts April 1st at Brent International School – Brent Road, Baguio Country Mart in Session Road, Danes Bakery in Lower Mabini Street, SM Sity Baguio (on selected dates), C& Triple A Supermart Express in Abanao Square, and Total Motorparts in La Trinidad.

Discounts of 5% will be given to group/team registrations with a minimum of 10 registrants, while organizers said 10% price-off registration will be given to senior citizens and persons with disability.

Raffle prizes also awaits all registered participants.

For more information interested participants may contact Melan Ku Marquez (0917)866-6700 or Moonwon Lee (0917)244-4624.

For more information on the Schools for Schools project people may visit this link

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on March 27, 2014.


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