Night time fun run to raise cash for National Trust

| 10/06/2014

(CNS): "Light up the Night for a Brighter Future" is the theme for a new and unique charity fun-run being organised and hosted by the National Trust and CUC. The first ever glow run in Cayman is set for 21 June in George Town. The idea is that runners and walkers will be glowing in the dark in luminous outfits as they race through the capital from 7pm. Neon face-painting, biodegradable and non-toxic UV reactive paint, glow bands should help competitors light up from head to toe in their wacky running attire.

Starting and ending at Margaritaville after they follow a looped course around George Town, the race ends with a glow after party. To encourage sign ups 50 CUC water bottles will be dispersed in anonymous runners packs and a lucky winner will find a gift certificate thanks to Logic Cayman for a brand new Apple TV!

Prizes will be awarded to the top three finishers for the male, female and children's category as well as the best glow costumes. All ages and fitness levels are encouraged to show up and get glowed up to run or walk.

Participants are encouraged to arrive for registration at 6pm and take advantage of free UV neon face painting. Additional glow items will also be on sale. Participants have the option to partake in a splash of biodegradable and non-toxic UV reactive paint and powder along the route and expect to go into extreme glow as they approach KPMG “Glo Hard or Go Home” stations.

Proceeds from this community event will benefit the National Trust for the Cayman Islands and Rotaract Blue Cayman Islands. Interested participants may register online at For further details email or call 749-1121.

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