Run350: RUN FOR A GREENER FUTURE

Singapore, 29 December 2015 – In recent years, more focus has been placed on the pressing issue of climate change as the globe starts seeing its tangible effects. One run aims to take the awareness to another level by inspiring Singaporeans to take action now. Organised by Young NTUC, the youth wing of the Labour Movement, RUN 350 is introducing more green initiatives in 2016 to educate and harness the strength of the masses to do our part to combat climate change.

Taking place at the F1 Pit Building on 10 April 2016, next year’s run will see a new category being introduced: Fun on Wheels. Participants of this category will cycle, in-line skate or kick-scoot through a 4km route, showcasing the ease and availability of environmentally friendly transport options. Other categories of the run include the 21.1km half marathon, 10km and the popular 800m Kids Dash.

Recent catastrophes reminds us of the planet’s fragility, and we hope this run continues serving as a strong reminder the decisions we make today affect our future,” said Marcus Chew, Senior Vice President and Head of Strategic Marketing and Communications at NTUC Income. “Through the 350 movement, we encourage participants to create a better tomorrow by managing our resources responsibly today. This principle also applies to other aspects of our lives including financial management. It is for this reason that NTUC Income is proud to continue supporting the 350 movement and play our part in impacting the future generations.”

Early bird registration for RUN 350 has opened and Entries start from $13 for NTUC/nEbO members and Income policyholders. For more information and to register

please visit www.RUN350.com.

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