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Boost your energy, raise your adrenaline with The Music RunTM by AIA Vitality

Bangkok - Pranai Phornprapha, Managing Director of Exceed Sports & Entertainment Thailand, and Martin Capstick, Managing Director and Founder of Exceed Sports & Entertainment, together with Sang Hui Lee, Chief Marketing Officer of AIA Thailand continued to champion the resounding success of the most immersive and interactive fun run, ‘‘The Music RunTM by AIA Vitality,’’ inviting participants to join the coolest running event in town over five music-filled kilometers.

Fun-loving runner celebrities, Aerin Sireeporn Yoogthatat, Woody Vuthithorn Milintachinda and Name Prakarn Raiva, shared their impressions and experiences from last year’s event. The celebs were joined by DJ Bomber Selecta who presented a hot & spicy musical playlist for the party, along with other notable guests including Jinny Kaerika Chotivichit, Mali Malinee Adelaide Coates and Jane Natthapa Kamolsawedkun.

The Music RunTM by AIA Vitality will take place in late afternoon on November 7th, 2015, at Suan Luang Rama 9 Park. Runners can feel the joy of music with every breath, accompanied by famous duo ‘Lipta’ to warm everyone up with their performance before running with an interactive fun activity. DJ Sammy Wallwork will be hosting the After Party with a mixed playlist from Thailand DJ Bomber Selecta and Australian DJ Gyro.

Participants can register online or at any Thai Ticket Major outlets and chose from two categories - the Standard Pack or the Rock Star Pack. Priced at 700THB, the Standard Pack includes The Music RunTM by AIA Vitality T-Shirt, drawstring bag, car decal, fun tattoo and other sponsor goodies. The Rock Star Pack will provide runners with additional goodies including The Music RunTM ‘s Live The Beat cap, phone armband and limited edition rave shades.

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