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Clean-up run aims to save Manila Bay

Cleanliness efforts to save Manila Bay continued to get a big boost as Olympic Village outlets at Robinsons Forum, Festival Mall, and Farmers Plaza, as well as the registration center at the MBC-DZRH lobby in Pasay, go into full throttle to enlist runners for the Manila Bay Clean-Up Run, scheduled July 7.  

Clean-up run aims to save Manila Bay

Open to all interested participants in male and female divisions, the Manila Bay Clean-Up Run will feature races in the 3K, 5K, 10K, and 21K divisions.  

The event, which is a project of Manila Broadcasting Company and Star City, is meant to support efforts to clean our marine and coastal resources under the umbrella program of Land Bank and various establishments along Manila Bay which comprise the Sunset Partnership.   

Since 2011, funds generated by the fun run have been used to institute systematic long-term solutions to environmental sanitation problems that have beset the country’s coastal resources and tributaries.

The Manila Bay Clean-up Run is the prelude to the 80th anniversary celebration of MBC’s flagship radio station DZRH—the Philippines’ oldest surviving radio network.  For inquiries, log onto the official Facebook page of the Manila Bay Clean-Up Run, or call Runners Link at 0926-205-2787.     

Topics: Manila Bay , Manila Bay Clean-Up Run , Manila Broadcasting Company
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