Manila Bay Clean Up Run
April 30, 2011 | Saturday | 2:36 pm
Manila Broadcasting Company partners with Land Bank, the City of Manila, Smart Communications, Naproxin Sodium, M. Lhuillier, and Enervon Multivitamins in mounting MBC’s first-ever Manila Bay Clean-Up Run, which will take place on July 17.
The event is open to all interested participants and will feature races in the 3K, 5K, 10K, and 21K divisions for both men and women. Trophies and cash prizes will be given to the top three winners in each race division. P20,000 goes to the first-place finisher in the 21K run, P10,000 for the top10K runner, P5,000 to the winner of the 5K run, and P3,000 for the 3K winner. There will also be a special award for the biggest delegation or group that submits a minimum of twenty-five (25) paying entries.
Registration begins May 7at the lobby of Manila Broadcasting Company, Sotto Street, CCP Complex, Pasay City, and at ROX on Bonifacio High Street at Global City in Taguig beginning June 7. Deadline for registration is on June 19 at 5:00 p.m.
For inquiries call Argent Network International Corporation at 482.5143 or contact Pablo Cay at 0916.688.8897 or Gay Maddela at 0926.205.2787
Detailed rules and race guidelines are posted on www.mbcsales.com.ph and on the websites of Love Radio, Yes FM, and Easy Rock.
As a solid manifestation of corporate social responsibility, MBC volunteers have joined their counterparts from other establishments based along Roxas Boulevard for Land Bank’s Manila Bay Clean-Up Program since 2009.
Aiming to help implement a sustainable approach to cleaning and protecting marine and coastal resources, MBC also sponsored the construction and installation of a trash rack that will block solid wastes passing through the Vito Cruz area.
Land Bank’s program also features the procurement of a garbage boat that will move daily to gather debris along the bay area from the Philippine Navy/Manila Yacht Club Basin to Manila Ocean Park.
While these initiatives will not totally solve environmental sanitation problems in the country’s premier international gateway, reduction of rubbish will help minimize pollutants, which will have an impact in the long run.