Vancouver SunRun Details Announced
28 Dec, 2017
Event, the Largest Timed 10K in North America, Expected to Draw Top Talent
The 34th annual Vancouver Sun Run is happening April 22, 2018.
The 2018 Vancouver Sun Run Presented by Ford of Canada is once again partnering up with global athletic apparel leader Alanic to provide the popular tech shirt to all registrants. Early bird rates are in effect and will be held at the same price level as last year until Jan. 31.
“Alanic is thrilled to continue with our sponsorship of the Vancouver Sun Run.” said Johnny Beig, Senior Vice President. “Our company is at the forefront of the apparel industry and we look forward to providing Vancouver Sun Run participants with another great tech shirt.”
Images of the 2018 shirt can be viewed at www.vancouversunrun.com
Once again, registrants will be able to raise funds for local charities through our pledging program which began in 2014. We are proud to announce that for 2018 our charitable partners will be BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, BC SPCA, Heart and Stroke Foundation, Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon and the BC Cancer Foundation.
Early bird pricing remains in effect until January 31st. The 2.5K Shaw Mini Sun Run will see early bird registration stay in effect until February 2nd.
About the Vancouver Sun Run: The Vancouver Sun Run is Canada’s largest 10K road race and the 3rd largest timed 10K in North America. The Vancouver Sun Run is open to international elite competitors, recreational runners, joggers and walkers, wheelchair competitors, teams, schools and children.
The 2018 Vancouver Sun Run Presented by Ford of Canada will be taking place on Sunday, April 22nd at 9:00 a.m. in downtown Vancouver. The 2.5K Shaw Mini Sun Run starts at 8 a.m. For more information, visit vancouversunrun.com Also follow the Vancouver Sun Run on Twitter at @VancouverSunRun, like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/
About Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited: Ford of Canada’s operations include a national headquarters, three regional offices, three vehicle assembly and engine manufacturing plants, and two parts distribution centres. Ford employs more than 7,000 people in Canada, while an additional 18,000 people are employed in the more than 400 Ford and Ford-Lincoln dealerships across the country. For more information, please visit www.ford.ca.