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Esther Bunny Women’s Run presented by ATiRA launched in Phuket, raising money for women’s charity

Esther bunny women Run
Esther bunny women Run Phuket

Thai actress and Founder of the brand ATiRa, Rachwin ‘Koi’ Wongviriya, and Phuket’s Vice Governor, Pichet Panapong, chaired a press conference yesterday for the ‘Esther Bunny Women’s Run’ presented by ATiRAl at Cassia Phuket.

The running competition aims to bring the lovely bunny character from South Korea, known as Esther Bunny, to make the run even more vibrant and attractive to women and kids. The bunny character was created by Esther Kim, a Korean-American artist.

The event is expected to be the first event this year that shows “the unlimited power of women”. The running event is open for women of all ages. The runners will receive a special tailor-made souvenir for this event.

The running event will be held on September 10 – 11 at the Laguna Grove, the home of the annual Phuket Marathon. The event is also expected to help generate more income for the local community as well as tourism and sports in Phuket. Every registration will donate 100 baht to the project ‘Underprivileged Breast Cancer Patient Project’ under the Ramathibodi Foundation.

Women who are interested to join the run can register from today until August 15 or until the tickets are sold out. To buy a ticket, go HERE

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