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Part of run proceeds set for PTT environment projects

As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility efforts, the PTT Run for Clean Energy Year 2 is allotting a portion of its proceeds for the environmental programs of the PTT Philippines Foundation.

Subterranean Ideas’ Matt Ardina, project manager; Vittaya Viboonterawud, Director for Commercial Fuel and Lubricants, PTT Philippines; Piyapoom Seechang, Business Development Executive, PTT Philippines; and race director Glenndale Atmosfera display the running singlets to be used in the PTT Run for Clean Energy Year 2 on Sept. 16 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Grounds. Peter Paul Duran
This was announced by Vittaya Viboonterawud, Director for Commercial Fuel and Lubricants, PTT Philippines and Piyapoom Seechang, Business Development Executive, PTT Philippines during their guesting at the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum at the Tapa King Restaurant in Cubao, where they promoted their advocacy run set on Sept. 16 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Grounds.

“PTT plays an active role in the community and has been an advocate of efforts to preserve the environment. For years, we conduct mangrove planting and do livelihood assistance program thru shrimps and crabs dispersal as part of our community development program and environmental advocacies,” said Viboonterawud. “We’re glad that we can continue these advocacies with the boost from the Run for Clean Energy.”

Registration for the run is ongoing until Sept. 13 at Chris Sports Outlets at SM Manila,  SM Mall of Asia and SM North Edsa. Onsite registration is also available an hour before the race categories. Interested runners may also call tel. nos. 09186002411 (Smart), 09953248315 (Globe) and landline 9759584 for more details.

Backed by PTT Lubricants, Cafe Amazon, Wish 107.5, Chris Sports, Milcu, Leslie’s Corp., ChloRelief, Lubie, Coca-Cola, La Filipina, Emilio Aguinaldo College, Maynilad, Herbalife, Vegemore, Science in Sport, Medicard Foundation, Ripples Daily, Gold Seas, Maynilad, Business Mirror and Business Mirror Health and Fitness Magazine, Village Connect, Philippine School of Business Administration, Mariano Marcos High School Batch ‘91 and St. Dominic College, the run will have a Gadgets Galore Raffle, where runners have a chance to win smartphones, home camera,  headphones,  bluetooth speakers,  watches and many more.

A mini concert will be provided by the Lester Llansang-fronted Cahlio band and up-and-coming Dotty Chan, who will also play a couple of songs at the Wish Bus situated near the stage.

Race categories are 10k (P520), 5k (P420) and 3k (P320), all inclusive of race shirt, race bib and giveaways. Top three male and female runners of the 10k and 5k will get cash prizes and medals.

The sponsoring PTT Philippines is one of the wholly owned subsidiary companies of Thailand’s largest oil and gas company PTT Public Company Limited. PTT Philippines’ primary business of marketing refined petroleum products and lubricants are focused on three major segments – retail, wholesale, and commercial markets. For two decades of business operations in the Philippines, PTT Philippines continuously aims to serve petroleum products that of international quality and compliant with the Philippine National Standards specifications and the requirements of the Philippine Clean Air Act.

Topics: Corporate Social Responsibility , Philippine Clean Air Act , PTT Run for Clean Energy Year 2 , PTT Philippines Foundation
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