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Run for Mom

Here’s to the strong woman we call Mom. We know her, we love her and we honour her. A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take. Moms are like buttons — they hold everything together. They are like glue. Even when you can’t see them, they’re still holding the family together.

This year families all over the country can celebrate their Mothers with the first Run for Mom – The Mother’s Day Run. On Mother’s Day, Sunday, 9 May, Team Families all over South Africa will be applauding their mothers by running and walking in her honour. This can be done at your own time, distance (2km, 5km or 10km) and route of your own choice.

Nominate a Team Family Captain, get on the phone and get your family together and enter your Team Family. It is not the size of the Team Family that matters. What matters is that you take part and ensure that Mom is spoiled on Mother’s Day with:

  • A designer event T-shirt
  • A special gold event medal
  • An early morning WhatsApp call, and
  • Breaking that Team Family Finish line banner with family members on Mother’s Day.
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Register Team Family runformom.co.za and join in the celebrations all over the country.

Make sure to like @SportsvendoEventsHub on Facebook and @sportsvendo on Instagram to keep up to date with upcoming events you simply cannot miss out on.

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