Running as both a sport and pastime is increasingly popular in and outside Metro Manila. It’s now a mainstream sport with people flocking to races and marathons held nearly every month around the metro. People are looking for ways to stay fit, compete in a healthy way, improve their moods, manage stress and meet other people who share their interests.

Many also see running as an alternative to a gym workout, where you get the added benefit of fresh air, varied surroundings, and the fun social aspect of running with friends, family or colleagues.
Events like Run for Home provide the physical and social fulfillment many look for.

Runners look for a unique experience defined by:

o A new and interesting route
o Challenging distances
o An organizer with a worthy cause

This year you and your pals can share your proud day at Globe-Ayala Land Run for Home 2010. On March 21, 2010, runners of every ilk — serious athletes, health buffs and weekend warriors alike — will converge at Makati City’s Ayala Triangle Garden to join one of the biggest urban runs of the year.

With a route winding through the premium Makati Central Business District, casual runners can cruise the 3k or 5k routes, while the more competitive can test their mettle with the 10k or 15k. As for the hardcore runners, they can get their game on with a 21k half-marathon.

If you’ve got well-wishing non-runners in your party, they can wait for you at the Ayala Triangle Garden, noshing on finger foods and drinks, or getting online via Wi-Fi to tweet news and post live Facebook ® updates.

In a unique bonus, race kits come with the first-ever environmentally-friendly singlet made from recycled PET bottles. And when you cross that finish line, your success will automatically be posted on your Facebook page, thanks to the electronic timing chip provided by Run for Home, which tracks your progress to the second. In the days following the run, you can check your race photos and post-run results and analysis on Globe’s website, so you can see how you and your pals did and relive the moment you powered past that finish line.

Add in the very worthy cause of providing Filipinos with affordable housing, with Globe and Ayala Land donating a portion of the race proceeds to Habitat for Humanity, and Globe adding an additional P 200 for every Globe Platinum subscriber who joins the run, and Globe-Ayala Land Run for Home 2010 is now this year’s top human race.

Globe Chief Marketing Officer Menchi Orlina explains, “Globe-Ayala Land Run for Home 2010 is all about bringing people together to share that sense of achievement and the enjoyment of doing something they love, and then using that collective passion to make a difference in the lives of others. With the support of our Ayala family and the goodwill of our subscribers, we can do great things. Now, being Globe-connected is more than just being able to call, text and surf affordably and conveniently; it also means celebrating the bonds that keep us together, and using our shared strength to be a force for positive change.”

Registration for Globe-Ayala Land Run for Home 2010 opens on February 14 and continues till March 5 at participating Globe Stores; runners can also register online at

2 Responses to “ “GLOBE-AYALA LAND RUN FOR HOME 2010”

  1. Hopefully they’ll be moderating the no. of runners. It’s so hard to pace yourself when it’s too crowded.

  2. dax73 says:

    rins! kakaiba na ang track nila! hindi na yung typical one! ahihihihi

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