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Contact: Bill McDermott, (516) 208-7030, firstname.lastname@example.org
World Run Day is Here
World Run Day has registered runners and bandits joining in the fun
Long Beach, NY– They may not be high-fiving to crowds and passing runners left and right; but their love for the sport of running shines thru on World Run Day 2013. These runners contemplate where they will run and who they will be running for. World Run Day is here!
The runday.com instructions are pretty simple: Run and Donate locally this November 10th on World Run Day - The International Day for Running. It's a creative effort to publicize the health benefits of running and put needed dollars towards each runners' local charity. Thus far, over 700 runners representing hundreds of cities across the USA have pre-registered for the event which outfits them with an official event running shirt, a unique E-BIB, and listing with other like-minded runners throughout the USA. Thru their Internet Registration, runners provide their local city name, a description of their route, thought-provoking quotes, and charity donation information - all to express their love for their sport.
"We pioneered the virtual run in 1999 and now in 2013 we have E-BIBs for runners and even a 'Bandit' Bib for runners not officially registered" says Bill McDermott , president and founder of World Run Day. Using Earth Day as a model, runners everywhere can pitch in to promote the sport of running - and benefit local charity. On the roads, the beach, a park, or even on a treadmill, the runners are committed to celebrating the day and raising needed monies for charity.
Their is even a dedicated photo site whereby runners can simply e-mail their photos with a caption in the subject line - and it will automatically be posted.
Rock star Sting and wife Trudie Styler have lent their support to the World Run Day event by stating: "It is a great way for people around the world to come together and raise money for charity". For more information, contact Bill McDermott at (516) 208-7030, or browse the World Run Day web site at www.runday.com.