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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Fun run Trip- 2nd OneA Run for Road Safety 3/5/10/12K (Antipolo) May 13


OneA Events Place Run for Road Safety - 1st Anniversary Decade of Action for Road Safety will be held on May 13, 2012 (Sunday). This fun run is supported by most government agencies and private companies. To aim about and an advocacy on Road Safety Awareness.

Also, One Events Place Run for Road Safety is a tribute to 1st year Death Anniversary of  Veteran journalist Lourdes 'Chit' Estella Simbulan

OneA Run for Road Safety
May 13, 2012 @ 5AM
OneA Events Place, Sumulong Hi-way, Antipolo City

EVENT DISTANCES
3K, 5K, 10K – start and finish at QC Memorial Circle
12K – start at OneA Events Place and finish at QC Memorial Circle

REGISTRATION FEES
300 Php inclusive of event singlet

Onsite Registration on May 13 at OneA Place.
Or contact Vicky 0917 9841063
Or these numbers for more info 09224194879, 09175599019

Heads-up:PIA-4A/Rizal: Antipolo City--On May 13, 2012 at 5:00 am for a Decade of Action for Road Safety Awareness Fun Run, these personalities are confirmed to attend to support the advocacy; Former Senator Nikki Coseteng, General Danny Lim, Running Priest Father Robert Reyes, Philippine Federation Football Secretary General Arty Tulay and Azkal Ian Araneta. This activity is to give awareness for the community about Road Safety and to prevent accidents. 
Press Released
Run for Road Safety to start at OneA Events Place on May 13
May 13 is an important date for runners, the family of the late professor-journalist Chit Simbulan, and those who advocate road safety.

One person who will not miss the event is Alvin Carranza, the founder of MacGraphics Carranza and team manager of Pilipinas Teen Azkals.

Aside from owning OneA Events Place, the run’s starting point, road safety—he says— has been one of his advocacies.

He tells the bloggers on May 10 at the CafĂ© Lupe, “If we’re aware of what the government agencies, including U.N., has been doing, we’ll remember that each time we drive, we have to be more careful.”

The recent statistics released by the World Bank last month states, “Currently, 1.3 million people are killed on the world’s roads each year and 90 percent of these deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries, with an economic cost that can exceed total overseas aid flowing in.”

Carranza adds, “Sa Pilipinas, hindi pa kasama yung sa probinsiya, nasa top 5 tayo sa may pinakamaraming road injuries. Gaya ng sinabi ni Professor Roland Simbulan, the husband of Ms. Chit, ang road safety should be everyone’s concern.”

Present at the bloggers’ night are Chito Manuel of Philippine Football Federation, Atoy Sta. Cruz of Motorcyle Philippines Federation, and Prof. Roland Simbulan, the husband of Chit.

The run, which will be held this Sunday, at 5:00 a.m., also commemorates the declaration of U.N.’s Decade of Action for Road Safety last year.

Those who want to register, please contact Vicky 0917 9841063 or text these numbers 09224194879 and 09175599019.

There will be an onsite registration as well.

Several government agencies joined forces to organize this run: Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC), Metropolitan Manila Development  


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