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Guest Post by Maica: Hello Kitty Run

Posted by on 27. October 2017
Hello Maica!!!

Hello Maica!!!

Maica joined the Pink Party and had fun with everyone’s favorite Kitty at Hello Kitty Run. #HelloKittyRunManila #LinkLoveTogether and #HKRManila2017 

Hello Kitty Run

We have painted the town PINK!

Honesty, I am not much a fan of Hello Kitty but I did have fun during the Hello Kitty Run Manila 2017. I went at such a fun and relaxed pace all-throughout the race with such a cute, festive and pink atmosphere.

The race started as soon as the sun showed up with thousands of Hello Kitty lovers of all ages joining the event. It was cute when I saw babies and children wearing their Hello Kitty stuff and Hello Kitty attires. Even adults are wearing Hello Kitty stuff and dressed like Hello Kitty, too. Being part of a sea of Hello Kitty is really such a cute attraction.

Imagine how cute the runners were? Hello Kitty was even there to grace the event and have fun with the runners. Lots of sponsors were present and were giving a lot of goodies to the participants. Surely, Hello Kitty fans were very happy to be part of the Hello Kitty Run Manila 2017.

Also, glad to have one of the cutest medals in the world!

Hello Kitty

The first Hello Kitty Run for the Philippines endeared about 10,000 participants last October 21, 2017 at the SM Mall of Asia.  The race franchise started in Bangkok in February 2016 and has made its way to other Asian Countries such as Singapore, China, Indonesia, Vietnam and now the Philippines. Hello Kitty also came with a Link Love Together concept promoted in the race and in their merchandise.  The run likewise created a buzz in the social networking sites with a lot of engagement in both Facebook and Instagram while the hashtags #HelloKittyRunManila #LinkLoveTogether and #HKRManila2017 also was prominent in social media.

With the success of the recent Hello Kitty Run, the race is headed to Cebu early in 2018 according to Tokyo Gets Co., Ltd, a Japan-based entertainment agency and its local affiliate Ten 22 Business solutions. The running landscape is now trending to character based events so look forward for more from Tokyo Gets Co. Ltd.

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