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Bank of Guam 5K this Saturday

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Bank of Guam IFIT 5K Run/Walk event is scheduled for Saturday, March 8, 2014, 5AM show-time, 6AM go-time.  The race's starting point is the Bank's parking lot facing Route 4 Hagatna. The pre-race fee is $10.00 per person and $35.00 per family of four.  Race day registration is $20.00 per person. You can get registration forms at the Guam Cancer Care office and at all Bank of Guam branches.

Mike Naholowaa, event coordinator, told KUAM Sports, "We are offering $1,000.00 to the top male and $1,000.00 to the top female finishers. We also have a second prize of $500.00 to the 2nd place male and female finishers and then $250.00 to the 3rd place male and female finishers so that alone has been a great opportunity for the participants and also as a major draw for getting participants to join our event. For the largest organization that signs up either high school or non-profit organization or church we are giving $500.00 to the largest group. We actually have 2 round trip tickets anywhere Delta Airlines flies in the United States as the top draw and then Delta who is one of our biggest presenting sponsors will also donate 2 $1,000.00 travel vouchers that you can use for a trip to the states or Asia. Those are 4 prizes that are offered and that have been awesome and we also have other prizes."

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