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Ray White Hatea Loop Challenge

By Renee Donald

Whangarei’s favourite workplace run/walk event – the Ray White Hatea Loop Challenge. A Sport Northland event celebrating the Hatea Loop Walk/Cycleway – Huarahi o te Whai and Workplace Health –  returning in December 2017.

A 4.8km run/walk event for workplaces to have fun, participate and challenge one another. On course entertainment, and a fun festive social atmosphere at the finish where workplaces can bring their BBQ, celebrate their achievements and socialise after the event.

There is a special category for the ‘Big Bosses’ to challenge one another along with industry categories so you can challenge your fellow workplaces or departments!

To participate in the Ray White Hatea Loop Challenge you have to enter as part of a workplace/organisation team. To be eligible for entry you must enter through a registered workplace/organisation. Participants must be employed or *volunteer for the workplace/organisation or be an immediate family of an employee. Teams can be made up of 3 or more employees/volunteers/immediate family members, and must be 14 years and older. The total team price is the total of all individual entries for that workplace/organisation team. Each participant must fill out a separate entry form.

Click Here for more information and to enter

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