Do you have a SpongeBob fan at home like I have at home then you would probably know who lives in a pineapple under the sea? But do you know that Nickelodeon’s first ever SpongeBob Run 2016 in Asia, presented by X-Change Republic, will flag off in Singapore on Saturday, 6 August 2016 at Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa?
Journey through Bikini Bottom and Help SpongeBob SquarePants #findpatrick. Let’s have some fun and some run together with a discount code especially for our readers.
NICKELODEON’S SPONGEBOB RUN DEBUTS IN ASIA
Join SpongeBob SquarePants in search of his missing best friend Patrick Star. via a fun run which will see participants cover a five kilometre route showcasing iconic landmarks from the underwater city of Bikini Bottom, including the Krusty Krab, and the houses that SpongeBob, Patrick and Squidward Tentacles live in.
The race course is also lined with many trigger-happy opportunities for participants to snap a #wefie with SpongeBob and his friends in life-size cutout boards, such as Sandy Cheeks in her pressurized suit and SpongeBob’s pet sea snail Gary.
Spongebob Run 2016
There are two categories of race entitlement packs:
• For BASIC (S$49.50 per pax), participants will receive an official event t-shirt, an event medal and a runner’s license.
• For NORMAL (S$59.50 per pax), in addition to receiving an official event t-shirt, an event medal and a runner’s license, participants will go home with an exclusive SpongeBob Run Singapore plush and drawstring bag.
On the same day, a carnival filled with nautical-themed activities, food and beverages, awaits SpongeBob fans and their families. At the end of the race, fans can enjoy a screening of three episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants with their loved ones. The first 30 participants who finish the race will get the opportunity to meet SpongeBob and Patrick.
So are ready, say ‘Aye Aye Captain’ and register for the race at the SpongeBob Run Singapore 2016 website at www.sbrun.sg.
Let’s join this fun run with our kids and you can enjoy a discount with Mums&Babies.