Amway Nutrilite sponsors Harbin marathon
The Harbin Bank 2017 International Harbin Marathon is to be held in Harbin, Heilongjiang province on Aug 26, with Amway Nutrilite acting as a sponsor.
Jointly organized by the Chinese Athletic Association, Heilongjiang Provincial Sports Bureau and Harbin municipal government, it is the largest and most influential outdoor sports event in Harbin.
The race includes the full, half and mini marathons, with around 30,000 participants expected to attend. Runners will start from the intersection of Youyi Road and Central Avenue, and pass by landmarks including Flood Control Monument, Music Park and Harbin Grand Theater.
Amway Nutrilite will sponsor this year’s mini-marathon –– the Harbin Bank 2017 International Harbin Marathon Mini Marathon and Amway Nutrilite Health Run”.
With the idea of “nutrition and sports equal health”, Amway Nutrilite Health Run was launched in Shanghai in 2002 and has since attracted over 3.2 million participants, including around 200,000 Harbin residents.
Participants can sign up and pay for the race online, and consult Amway in Harbin whenever they have problems –– the only offline consulting service point for the race.
“Amway helped me sign up and pay for the race, so I can participate in the mini-marathon,” said Maria, a runner from Russia.
Amway has already offered help to over 1,000 consultants, including many groups and foreigners. Volunteers from Amway will help clean the road on the competition day.
Amway Nutrilite sponsors the Harbin Bank 2017 International Harbin Marathon to be held on Aug 26 in Harbin, Heilongjiang province. [Photo/China Daily]
Amway organizes Amway Nutrilite Health Run to promote physical and mental health in Harbin, Heilongjiang province. [Photo/China Daily]
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