Robinsons Supermarket’s (RSC) 9th Fit and Fun Wellness Buddy Run was held recently at Bonifacio Global City. The annual run hosted by the country’s largest health and wellness supermarket chain was not only attended by recreational runners taking on the journey to a healthier life but also celebrity advocates of the active lifestyle.
The Fit and Fun Wellness Buddy run is testament to RSC’s steadfast commitment to promote a healthier lifestyle among Filipinos.
Power couples graced the run, with Gretchen Ho and Robi Domingo hosting the event, and Coaches Jim and Toni Saret leading the warm up and post-run cool-down exercises. Around 4,500 runners joined the 5K and 10K races, including triathlete and 28th SEA Games Gold medalist Nikko Huelgas.
Top finishers each took home exciting prizes. The second and third placers of the 5K run received P8000.00 worth of Robinsons gift certificates, while 10K runners got P15000.00 worth of Robinsons GCs. The first placer of the 5K run won a 3D/2N trip with accommodations for two to El Nido, Palawan and the 10K winner received a 3D/2N trip for two to Bali, Indonesia with accommodations.
The 9th Fit and Fun Wellness Buddy Run was made possible by RSC’s wellness partners – Nestle Philippines, Johnson & Johnson, Nivea and Fonterra, among others – all of which share RSC’s mission to provide more health and wellness options to Filipinos.
Take on a health and wellness journey with Robinsons Supermarket. Like it on Facebook www.facebook.com/RobinsonsSupermarketOfficial or visit its official website at www.robinsons-supermarket.com.ph to stay updated on the activities that it has in store and learn more about the #ILoveWellness campaign.
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