Skechers Shape-ups Walk for Breast Cancer Awareness and iHub – September 26, 2010

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This year, UP JPIA, together with Samsung and Skechers, enjoin everyone to start a change. However, this is not the kind of change that only superheroes have the power to make to save the world from its demise. Thus, we begin small—we begin in our own lives…

Skechers Shape-ups Walk for Breast Cancer Awareness and iHub
September 26, 2010
A FREE walkathon at Eastwood Citywalk
NO REGISTRATION FEE
Just text 0927-4190764 to pre-register

iHub outdoor activities, workout facilities, beauty workshop, fitness talks, and fabulous prizes!

Everybody aspires for that great body, that head-turner look or that awesome personality. Thus on its 52nd year, UP JPIA launches iVOLVE, a metro-wide campaign that encourages the everyone to develop positive attitude towards health, beauty and wellness. iVOLVE is about starting good habits relating to physical fitness. It is about unleashing real beauty. It is about being confident and gaining optimistic outlook. iVOLVE is ABOUT ME.

All these take one bold step. Join us on Sunday, September 26 2010, as we walk for “The Skechers Shape-ups Walk for Breast Cancer Awareness” at Eastwood City Walk II. Then experience the change at 8 am onwards. Everyone would discover the biggest change that could happen to them with iHUB, where people will enjoy different workout facilities, beauty workshop, fitness talks, and fabulous prizes!

We invite you to make a difference! We dare you to change this September!

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1 COMMENT

  1. The American Cancer Society is actively fighting breast cancer by
    helping women get tested to find breast cancer earlier, and helping them
    understand their treatment options and cope with the physical and
    emotional side effects. We also fund research to help prevent, find, and
    treat breast cancer.

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