Airport Run for the first time in Greece: An opportunity to exercise and do good!
The first stop will be Kavala airport on Sunday, November 5, 2017
Fraport Greece "opens" the 14 airports for the first time inviting runners from all over Greece, to participate in unique running races that will take place exclusively at the airports! The first stop will be Kavala airport. The participants will also contribute to a special cause, as all participation fees will be used in support of the "Oloi Mazi Mporoume" program.
The "starting point" of the activation is Kavala Airport, where the Fraport Greece-Kavala Airport Run will take place on Sunday, November 5, 2017 at 11:00 am. The event includes 10 km, 5 km and 1 km race for children. Free parking will be available for the convenience of participants. All interested parties can register via the "Oloi mazi Mporoume” (All Together We Can) website at http://www.oloimaziboroume.gr/ as well as through https://www.viva.gr/tickets/sports/aerodromio-kavalas/fraport-airport-run/
Alexander Zinell, Fraport Greece CEO, commented: "The Kavala Airport Run is a unique experience for all participants! An opportunity to exercise and do good in a unique place and environment. We invite everyone to embrace our initiative by joining us in this effort to support the very important work of "Oloi Mazi Mporoume".
Within the framework of the management, operation and development of the 14 airports, Fraport Greece implements actions and programs that benefit local communities both economically and socially.
For the convenience of the participants, Fraport Greece will provide charter buses free of charge in front of the Municipal Garden of Kavala (below the Town Hall). The departure time from Kavala to the Airport is at 08:45 am and from the Airport (in front of the Terminal) to Kavala at 14:00 pm.
“Oloi Mazi Mporoume”
Since 2011, “Oloi Mazi Mporoume” has been planning and implementing actions that cover a wide range of areas such as welfare, health, education and environment aiming at the immediate relief of vulnerable social groups.