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Brooks’ Run Happy 2013: Save the Last Kilometre to Party

by On Oct 20, 2013
Brooks’ Run Happy 2013: Save the Last Kilometre to Party

Put on your running gear, because Brooks’ Run Happy is here in Singapore for the second year. Enjoy a leisurely 9KM night run along Marina Barrage with your pals.

Being an original “fun” run produced 100% locally, the event revolves around music and dance, and is set to synergize sports, arts, and nightlife, assuring all who are involved a Saturday evening with zest.

Second Year of Running Happy

Building on the success of Brooks’ Run Happy 2012, the event aims to attract even more people to enjoy the true essence of running – you run for yourself, for your passion and love for sports.

While runners will receive original Brooks apparel as well as other sponsored goodies in the official race pack, participants are encouraged to turn up in fun party dressing to celebrate and have a good time!

The Party Starts At The Finish Line

Be welcomed at the finishing point by the vibrant light arrangements, along with dynamic, effervescent music. With music, dance, food and drinks, dance to the tunes by DJ Professor from Zouk, or have a chill out session with your running mates. Party on with enjoyable refreshments, such as the new Erdinger Alkoholfrei, a full flavoured, high quality brew with less than 0.5% alcohol by volume.

Brooks’ Run Happy supports Movember, which has world class men’s health programs that combat prostate and testicular cancer and mental health challenges, and living healthy and happy.

Brooks’ Run Happy 2013: Save the Last Kilometre to Party

Registration is open for the Brooks’ Run Happy 2013, which takes place on November 16 2013. Check out the Brooks’ Run Happy official website for more details, or the Brooks’ Run Happy official Facebook Page for the latest updates.

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Jonathan was a stereotypical couch potato a few years ago. He finally took the courage to take his health into his own hands, and now enjoys lengthy runs by East Coast Park.

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