Early bird registration for the 2017 Vancouver Sun Run ends January 31
Vancouver, BC – Early bird registration for the Vancouver Sun Run Presented by Ford ends January 31. The 33rd annual run is scheduled for Sunday, April 23. Take advantage of 2016 pricing and save big and everyone who registers will receive a new Alanic Polyhex souvenir tech shirt.“The Vancouver Sun Run is Canada’s biggest 10K run and continues to be a terrific spring tradition in Vancouver,” said Leza Maloney, Co-Chair of the Vancouver Sun Run. “It’s so great to see so many people from all backgrounds participate in the run. From elite runners to casual walkers, the Vancouver Sun Run has something for everyone.”Early bird registration for the Vancouver Sun Run will be in effect until midnight January 31. The 2.5K Shaw Mini Sun early bird registration will stay in effect until February 3. The Canadian Western Bank Corporate Team early bird deadline is February 10 and Youth Team early bird deadline is February 17.Early Bird Registration Fees Individual 10K (until Jan 31): $49 (plus fees and GST) 2.5K Shaw Mini Sun Run (until Feb 3):$22 plus GST (Under 18 years)$35 plus GST (18 years and older)Youth Teams (until Feb 17):$22 plus GST (Under 18 years)$35 plus GST (18 years and older)Corporate Teams (until Feb 10):$49 plus GSTAbout the Vancouver Sun RunThe Vancouver Sun Run is Canada’s largest 10K road race and the 3rd largest timed 10K in North America. The Vancouver Sun Run is open to international elite competitors, recreational runners, joggers and walkers, wheelchair competitors, teams, schools and children.The 2017 Vancouver Sun Run Presented by Ford will be taking place on Sunday, April 23 at 9:00 a.m. in downtown Vancouver. The 2.5K Shaw Mini Sun Run starts at 8 a.m. For more information, visit vancouversunrun.com or call 604-689-9441. Also follow the Vancouver Sun Run on Twitter at @VancouverSunRun, like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/VancouverSunRun and follow on us on Instagram at instagram.com/vancouversunrun.About Ford Motor Company of Canada, LimitedFord of Canada’s operations include a national headquarters, three regional offices, three vehicle assembly and engine manufacturing plants, and two parts distribution centres. Ford employs more than 7,000 people in Canada, while an additional 18,000 people are employed in the more than 400 Ford and Ford-Lincoln dealerships across the country. For more information, please visit www.ford.ca.