Corporate Ghana Gets Fit


Accra 15th September, 2014: The annual e.TV Corporate Run, which is in its fifth year, is set to take off this Saturday 20th September, 2014 at 6:00a.m., at the Silver Star tower.

The run, which is a partnership between e.TV Ghana and Japan Motors, is an initiative to bring corporate Ghana together to network in a healthy fashion while raising money for a healthy cause, as proceeds from the event are donated to the Ghana Blind Union.

General Manager of e.TV Ghana, Mr. Ernest Arday spoke of the event and said “The fact that this is the fifth corporate run is a testament to its success. Not only is this for a good cause but it is also a great opportunity for those in the corporate world to meet, mingle and share ideas.”

Mr. Arday also went on to say that the ever increasing demands at workmeant that exercise was becoming harder to fit in, and the runwas therefore a good way to bring fitness to the forefront of people’s minds,help them keep fit and relieve stress,enabling them to better perform their job roles.

Mr. Arday ended by saying that e.TV Ghana wanted to make animpact in the Ghanaian society through initiatives such as the Corporate Run and other activities which will positively impact the lives of Ghanaians.

Last year the award for the fastest male went to Mr. Paul Amaglo from Ghana Police whilst Mr. Edward Boateng, CEO of Global Media Alliance, came third in the fastest CEO category. With just a week to go there is still time for corporate organizations to join in the occasion. This year’s occurrence is expected to pull in over 400 people from the business community.

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