HERE’S another way to enjoy your cellphone.
Ayala Land’s City in Sync, a 74-hectare estate, will host a different kind of run that will challenge participants’ abilities with physical obstacles and mental skills with instructions from a downloadable mobile application available at the Google Play Store for android users and App Store for iOS users.
This adventure is made possible after ARCA South teamed up with Go Go Hunt, Guerilla Race and HERO Foundation to bring SyncRUNize, the first-ever mobile app-integrated adventure run, to ARCA South Grounds Taguig on Sept. 19.
“SyncRUNize is the kind of event that embodies the principle behind ARCA South as a City in Sync,” said Stephen Comia, ARCA South Project Development Manager.
“The development is envisioned to be the newest CBD in Taguig where all the elements that make a city are present and in sync. In addition, the efficient management of the road network, traffic, communications, environment, security and other systems in ARCA South are primary,” Comia added.
Race and fitness enthusiasts as well as interested participants can register through the ARCA South website –www.arcasouth.ph or through Chris Sports branches nationwide from July 19 – Sept. 18. Registration fee is P1,100.00 per head for the individual category and P990.00 per head for groups of four for the group category inclusive of participants’ race kits.
Racers with the fastest finishing time will receive up to P15,000.00 worth of cash and prizes.
Proceeds of the event will be donated to HERO Foundation to help children of soldiers that were killed and incapacitated during the line of duty.
The SycnRUNize app is now available for download at the Google Play Store and App Store and the activation code will be availabe upon the start of the adventure run on Sept. 19.
For more details visit www.syncrunize.com. Jonnah Lynne R. Pante and Joedilyn M. Bellen
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