3K runners to join Clark Music Run

CLARK FREEPORT -- At least 3,000 people are expected to join a party-theme run here next week.

The first Clark Music Run on September 28, which aims to promote wellness and enjoyment, is expected to draw thousands of runners from Pampanga.

The race include 16K, 10K, 5K and 3K categories and will offer a unique route courses for every runner.

Clark Music Run director Jayner Manalang said the event is different from other running activities that they have organized here.

“It is a combination of run with a lot of surprises for the runners along the route course. There will be a multi-colored light tunnel as the runners approach the finish line and, of course, as they cool down we have a free concert with different celebrity guests,” Manalang said.

Aside from the expected number of runners, Manalang said they are also anticipating 2,000 guests to the concert.

Manalang with his group, who have organized numerous events in Clark, said the Freeport is a perfect venue for the running events because it is accessible to the runners coming from Metro Manila and Northern Luzon.

“It also has a nice race route that makes it perfect for a run to half marathons and full marathons events,” Manalang said.

He added that runners find Clark as a mix of urbanized place with fresh air, while at the same time, offers a variety of dining choices.

Interested participants of the event are encouraged to register at My RunTime online portal or through their registration partners including Clark Development Corporation (CDC) Tourism Office, New Balance Marquee Mall, FreeBee SM City Clark, Sidegriller Restaurant at Mabalacat City or contact Smoke10 Events Management at 0915-202-3092.


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