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Aruba Bank announces Walk and Run 2019

During a press conference held at Aruba Bank’s Camacuri, Aruba Bank representatives officially announced the 15th, Aruba Bank Walk & Run 2019. From May 21st till May 24, walkers and runners are invited to “Move for You”.
 
As a result of a previously sold-out event in 2018, organizers want to remind our community to mark their calendars for the registration opening date of Monday, May 6th, 2019 at 9:00am. Similar to 2018, only 2,500 individuals will be able to sign up.
 
Registration is possible through our Walk & Run App and a link available on our website which will take you to the registration page.
 
Our main means of communication will also be the App and our website www.arubabank.com. Aside from the Live tracking and Social Share features, the App will also feature training plans and tips to get the participants ready for the event. Special playlists to get you going will also be available.
 
The Aruba Bank Walk & Run 2019 event is once more, a “Plastic Free” event, which is in line with our Green Wave efforts. We will have water stops at the start, half way, and finish. We will also have Gatorade and fresh fruits at the finish of this 4-day event. 
 
Together with our partners, SUBWAY, IBISA, KPA, Patrishi Sports, Red Cross Aruba, Motor Unit and all our volunteers, we invite the entire Aruban community to get ready for this awesome event starting at 6:30pm sharp, in San Nicolas, Santa Cruz, Paradera and HATO.
 
More information will be published on our Walk & Run App, on our Walk & Run page https://www.arubabank.com/campaigns/walk-and-run-2019 and also follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Arubabank/ and Instagram to stay up to date.

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