The unique and exciting Town Lodge Business Night Relay Series returns to the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Tuesday night for the first of 4 race nights taking place on the last Tuesday of each month through to August.
This social networking and team building running and walking event is the brain child of Zsports Events NPC, PE’s only non-profit professional sport events company, and is open to teams of 5 runners or 3 walkers. Unique in South Africa as the only event of it’s kind to take place within an iconic stadium the Town Lodge Business Night Relay sees participants running/walking 3.5km within the stadium at night.
“We’ve had a fantastic response to this year’s Series and can’t wait to kick it off on Tuesday night,” said Zsports MD Mike Zoetmulder, “The Series is well supported and a great social event for local companies and clubs to get together and enjoy some fun at our magnificent stadium.”
“This year the Series would to support the EP Child and Youth Care Centre, situated just up the road from the stadium, and in particular try and raise funding to assist one of the home’s children on an exchange program to Germany later in the year.”
Fantastic lucky prizes are up for grabs after the event which includes a pair of Puma running shoes valued at over R2,000, an accommodation for 2 at any City Lodge Hotels Group facility, R1,000 cash as well as a Caltex R500 fuel voucher to name just a few. Online registration closes at 10am on Tuesday with late registration possible at the Stadium from 4pm.
The Town Lodge Business Night Relay is supported by Score Energy Drink, Quality Demand Management, Caltex Eastern Cape, Dynamic Express Services, Oracle Media, Kingfisher FM and News Cafe.
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