Football protégé Iryan Fandi and running enthusiast Abbie Rose Humphreys have many reasons to be excited. For one, the annual Cold Storage Kids Run is coming back for its ninth instalment in May.
And who else motivate kids to engage in a healthy lifestyle and exemplify this year’s theme “Eat Healthy, Get Active” than these two lively child celebrities? The energetic ambassadors led fitness clinics in a two-day event launch in early March.
I am excited to be part of this year’s Cold Storage Kids Run as I got to share my football skills with the kids at the roadshow!
—Iryan Fandi, child celebrity Cold Storage Kids Run ambassador
My role as an ambassador is to be a role model to my peers and to encourage them to lead a healthy lifestyle. This is my first time leading a group of children around my age and younger in an activity and I’m really excited!
— Abbie Rose, child celebrity Cold Storage Kids Run ambassador
The highly anticipated Cold Storage Kids Run will be held at The Meadow @ Gardens by the Bay on Sunday, 22 May 2016. Happening from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., the popular run event will host a range of runs and fun activities for kids and families.
Organised by ESG, the annual event also features an exciting sports-themed family carnival which has attracted more than 5,000 kids and their accompanying 15,000 parents and friends.
Kids are fast learners and they pick up habits quickly from peers and family. This year, we are delighted to introduce our Cold Storage Kids Run ambassadors who will share their healthy lifestyle habits with children and parents alike. Health is life, and it’s never too early to start living healthy!
—Mr. Victor Chia, CEO of Cold Storage
Hurry! Sign Up Today!
Register by 3 April 2016 and be part of Asia’s first kids-focused running event!
For S$35, boys and girls ages 7 to 12 can join 800 m or 1.6 km runs. Or sign up as a family for S$44 in any of the eight Family Fun runs, including a ‘Jolly Kiwi Chase’ and ‘Stroller Chase’.
You’ll receive race pack goodies including a limited edition event bag, kid’s event tee, parent’s event tee, kid’s finisher medal, and race certificates.
Register online today!
We can all agree that it’s important for kids to have a healthy start in life. In your opinion, should it primarily be a family/ parental effort? Or do schools and the community have a stronger part to play?