Be a Txt Fire Volunteer Join "Takbo Laban sa Sunog!"

1st Txtfire Fire Run : Takbo Laban sa Sunog
4:00 am
May 27, 2012
SM Mall of Asia

EVENT DISTANCES

3K – Php300.00
5K – Php400.00
10K – Php500.00

In line with the celebration of its 100th year anniversary , Eng Bee Tin joins effort with TXTfire Philippines for this FUN RUN for a cause. This event aims to raise awareness in fire safety and also raise funds for the deployment of several In Case of Emergency BOX (Icebox) to public hospitals and institutions all over Metro Manila.

What is ICEBOX?
The Icebox is a fire alarm equipment which uses SMS to transmit fire alarm directly to our Txtfire Control Center. This will expedite the responses of fire trucks in case the need arises.

How to become a TxtFire Volunteer?

Our mobile phone is an important safety tool because we can use this through informing Fire Volunteers when there's a fire. How?

By just sending SMS to the following numbers: (Free)

SMART - 0918 688 8888

GLOBE - 0916 488 8888

SUN - 0922 688 8888

(all networks free of charge)

What are the important things to remember:

  • Do not assume that someone reported already. When you notice a possible fire report immediately to TxtFire Philippines.

  • There are minimum of 3-4 fire incident reported everyday. And most of us even the security personnel doesn't know what is the number of the nearest fire station.

  • Fire is not a joke. So do not attempt to make a frank call.


 

There will be a lot of fun run on May 27, Why should you choose TxtFire Run?

  • It has the cheapest registration fee.

  • SM MOA is beautiful and a runner friendly place, even beginners will love it's route

  • Almost everything is 100% donated (mas marami itong matutulungan)


The event is expected to gather about  5000 runners from the different community in Metro Manila and nearby communities, schools, government agencies, hospitals as well as sports enthusiasts, athletes and people from all walks of life.

 

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