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Race Against Raze 2013 Race-Kit Giveaway




It's already the second year of Race against raze for the benefit of Philippine Children's Medical Center, and together with PepSquad Events, we are giving away 3 race kits - one (1) in each race category of 3K, 5K, and 10K. The race will be held at the Bonifacio Global City (BGC) on the 17th of March 2013 (Sunday), 4:30 AM.

To qualify, just fill-up the needed information at the RaffleCopter below:

Race Against Raze, Racekit Giveaway
To know more about the race details, check-out the event announcement at PepSquad Event website and you may also read the Press Release here.

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Beneficiary: Philippine Children's Medical Center's "Child NeuroScience Center" Alumni Associations’ Scholarship Fund.

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  2. Lets run to save lives for Children!

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  3. As an individual, I can prevent accidental fires by ensuring proper fire hydrants are well located in the house. Knowing the fire hydrants at work or any places we go is also an effective preventive measure. A list of fire emergency hotlines is also a necessity.

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  4. Make sure to unplug the unused appliances at home as some fire instances starts from short circuit connection.

    Happy weekend RunningAtom! :)

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  5. The best way to practice fire safety is to make sure one doesn’t break out in the first place. This means being aware of potential hazards in our homes.

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  7. self-awareness is the major factor to prevent Fire and it's not stop on it, and also in other unexpected event...

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  8. As an individual, my prevention method to prevent accidental fires is to ALWAYS unplug unused appliances especially when leaving the house for a long time. Avoiding octopus connection also is a good one.

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  9. Make sure to unplug all the unused appliance specially when you are going out, consult an electrician if you think there a problem in you circuit.... be safe always

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  10. Unplug unused appliances most especially when you are going out and of course during brownout.

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  11. Avoid overloading, avoid or just minimize usage of extension cords, and when leaving the house, unplug all the electrical appliances. Do not leave candles lightened without you seeing it.

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  12. Be mindful of every INs and OUTs of plugs in your house. Plug out any unnecessary appliances that's left plugged. Do not overload.

    Hope to join this event this year.

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  13. Regularly check appliances that is use for a long period due to overheating. Keep flammable materials away from children store them in a safe place. Avoid overloading plugs and always be aware of the danger that fire will bring to your family and community.

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  14. as an individual, i can prevent accidental fire by being responsible and by having fire preventive equipments such as fire extinguishers. remove the plug of appliances that are not in use. keep flammable materials out of reach of childrens.

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  15. Julius B. RomeroFeb 6, 2013, 12:51:00 PM

    Always check potential hazard area and create a zero incident

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  16. Removed plug items if not been using to avoid short circuit

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  17. Keep matches and lighting instruments from children's reach. Always mind the stove when cooking.

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  18. Clear all things that will create hazard

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  19. Being responsible in using your appliances to prevent overheating

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  20. Alwys check security features of ur electricAl products befor using.

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  21. Be always on alert specially when sudden brownout

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  22. Rosemarie La TorreFeb 7, 2013, 6:15:00 PM

    Always be aware of potential hazards in our homes. Try checking all appliances that was more than a year that was not been used

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  23. Keep flammable materials away from children and always take extra precaution at house.

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  24. Carmelita RomeroFeb 7, 2013, 9:37:00 PM

    Avoid overloading in using an extension this will cause overheating

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  25. Junnabelle ManlupigFeb 7, 2013, 10:12:00 PM

    Always remove the plug of appliances that are not in use.

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  26. have a working flashlight for emergencies. :)

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  27. Isanah Jane RomeroFeb 7, 2013, 10:25:00 PM

    Always be on alert if block-out occurs and be attentive to young ones

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  28. Always be alert when brownout occurs plug items should be remove to avoid short circuit

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  29. Eiriz Joyce PagilaganFeb 7, 2013, 10:47:00 PM

    Do not overload your extension

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  30. Don't buy items that are not approved by Government Agency

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  31. Bonifacio RomeroFeb 7, 2013, 11:08:00 PM

    Put down the breaker when brownout occurs

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  32. As an individual, what prevention methods can you do to prevent accidental fires?

    I always check and turn off all plug of Appliance and making sure that im not overload my extension cable.

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  33. Lorraine Desiree AntonioFeb 8, 2013, 10:01:00 AM

    Always unplug electronics if not in use.

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  34. Anything that can start a fire put them in places that are out of children’s and pet’s reach. Children should never be allowed to play with candles, matches, lighters etc.

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  35. Princess Joy RomeroFeb 9, 2013, 9:56:00 AM

    Always be attentive when brownout.

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  36. Avoid octopus connection at house.

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  37. Mary Glenn SalazarFeb 9, 2013, 10:09:00 PM

    Keep appliances things to be check regularly before using

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  38. Jackielyn SalinasFeb 9, 2013, 10:22:00 PM

    Keep out the children when using candles

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  39. Always be attentive to children on what they do

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  40. Feliciano RomeroFeb 9, 2013, 10:50:00 PM

    Always use saver light in home

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  41. Mary Grace RomeroFeb 9, 2013, 11:11:00 PM

    Keep things away from children reach to avoid hazard

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  42. Always make the place a zero hazard

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  43. The winners have already been picked (check the Rafflecopter above), and are announced at:
    http://runningatom.blogspot.com/2013/02/race-against-raze-2013-racekit-winners.html

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