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VIDRATION PARADE OF LIGHTS 5K

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PRESS RELEASE – Vidration Enhanced Water is bringing the most electric 5k Guam has ever witnessed. The Parade of Lights is Guam’s 1st ever 5k run-walk-dance at night!  Runners of all ages will get to experience electronic dance music, glow necklace, bracelets, and bottomless Vidration throughout the entire race. Some of Guam’s best DJs will also be playing during the pre and post race festivities; including Alex Vee, Ronnie Perez, and DJ Lanz.

Mid-Pac Distributor’s Promotions Manager, Matt Sgro, could not be more excited for this event. “Guam has so many great 5ks throughout the entire year, but we wanted to host a special 5k to end 2013. With everyone in their neon attire and the glowsticks and necklaces we are giving out, the runners will truly form a Parade of Lights throughout Tumon.”

The event takes place at the Ypao Amphitheatre on Saturday, December 7. Runners meet time is at 6pm and the race starts at 7pm. The route is from Ypao Park to Fujita Road and back. Registration is selling fast at Hornet Sporting Goods in Tamuning.

Parade of Lights is presents by Vidration, and brought to you by Uno Magazine,

Synergy Studios, Paradise Fitness Center, Custom Fitness, and Payless Supermarkets.

For more information, vist the Mid Pac Guam facebook page or contact Matt Sgro: msgro@tpiguam.com

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