Millennium marathon winners to get cars

MILLENNIUM Marathon Sports Ltd (MMSL), organizers of next month’s Millennium Marathon race finals have revealed that the overall winners will be smiling all the way home with the latest 2015 Peugeot cars.

Dubbed “Run The Change In You”, the marathon will see winners both men’s and women’s categories in the 21km mass sport category each driving home the latest model from the Peugeot fleet of vehicles alongside other attractive prizes such as medals, Adidas products, mobile phones among other electronic appliances.

The first runners up in both categories will walk away ¢3500 plus medals, Adidas products and mobile phones while the second runners up in both events will take home ¢1500 together with medals, Adidas products, mobile phones among other souvenirs.

In a chat with Managing Partner of (MMSL) Mr. Ashim Morton, he noted that there would be other attractive prizes at stake for the winners.

According to him the 5km race that will see members of the diplomatic corps, ambassadors, parliamentarian’s, ministers of state, the media, tertiary students, family and friends and sponsors will have prizes.

The first male and female members of the diplomatic corps or ambassadors to cross the finishing line will receive a camera plus medals, Adidas products, mobile phones among other souvenirs, while the second would receive television sets, medals, Adidas products and printers.

The first male and female parliamentarian and minister of state to finish the race will take home a camera plus medals, Adidas products plus furniture with the two runners up receiving a television set, medals, Adidas products and furniture/fridge, the first male and female media personnel’s would walk away with camera, medals, mobile phone, Adidas products and printers.

“We want to give each and every person the level running field to participate in the marathon, we believe that it would not be fair to pair the professional runners with the amateur one’s to fight for the same prizes hence our decision to segment the awards,”

By Raymond Ackumey

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