October 21, 2017

Sofitel Manila’s Goblin Run 2017

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  • The Spookiest runaway in the Metro is taking place in Manila this coming October 29, 2017! GOBLIN RUN 2017 is a Halloween project under Sofitel Manila. This fun run is a scary obstacle-course-themed 3K and 5k run open to all ages with a number of spooky yet exciting obstacles, bubble machines and photo op materials along the route.

    This event is organized by ThinkSportsph and is also a run for a cause where its proceeds will be given to Virlanie Foundation Inc., a private, non-profit organization reaching out to street children in the Philippines.

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    This Halloween fun run will take place at 4 pm onwards around the CCP Complex. However, other exciting events such as trick or treating, foam cannon, photo booths, horrific games, raffle and awarding of special awards will take place at the Harbor Garden Tent.

    Registration fee is at PHP 600 for the 3k run and PHP 700 for the 5k run where all participants shall receive bibs, singlet, finisher medal, and freebies. You may click here to pre-register for the event; pre-registration will only be accepted until October 22, 2017.

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    For more details, you may contact them at:
    Email: thinksportsph@gmail.com
    Call: 0920-680-6618 | 0916-850-8523


    What: Sofitel Manila’s Goblin Run 2017
    When: October 29, 2017

    • Boarding Time: 4:00 PM (Assembly)
    • First Flight:  5:00 PM (Gun Start 1 for 5k run)
    • Second Flight: 5:10 PM (Gun Start 2 for 3k run)

    Where: CCP Complex (run); Harbor Garden Tent (Halloween Event)
    Registration Fee:

    • Php 600 (3k run)
    • Php 700 (5k run)

    Written By: Patricia Antoinette M. Nacianceno
    Image Source: Pinoy fitness


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