Cigna TTK Treadmillion Challenge hunts for capital's fittest
In the run-up to the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon, runners can gauge their fitness levels with the Cigna TTK Treadmillion Challenge. The 25-day activity is spread out over 18 locations in the city including malls, large corporate offices, resident welfare associations and joggers’ parks – encouraging people from all across the city to get their running shoes on.
One winner from each touch point moves forward to battle it out for the ultimate prize. Winners from each touch point will face-off in the grand finale to be held at the ADHM Get Active Expo on 21st November at NSIC Grounds. Winners stand a chance to win prizes worth INR 5,00,000.
Apart from the grand prize, in the second edition of the challenge participants can look forward to exciting contests by ADHM partners – win vouchers from Retail Partner Jabong, get your BMI checked with the Health Insurance Partner Cigna TTK and quick relief after your sprint with Recovery Partner Volini.
Launching the Cigna TTK Treadmillion Challenge 2015, Dilip Jayaram, CEO, Procam International said, “As we eagerly look forward to another edition of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon, the Cigna TTK Treadmillion Challenge opens up the experience of running and fitness to Delhiites. It gives us a chance to show people that it is never too late to join the running movement. Wishing the city’s fittest all the best!”
Sandeep Patel, MD & CEO, Cigna TTK Health Insurance said, “We’re delighted to be the Official Health Insurance Partner of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2015. At Cigna TTK we believe ‘Health hai toh Life hai’ and activities such as the Treadmillion Challenge are a great way to encourage healthy behavior in communities. I’m sure citizens of Delhi will actively participate in this fun challenge and promote health and wellness.”
Catch the 2nd edition of Cigna TTK Treadmillion from 7th November, TGIP Mall – Noida followed by Shipra Mall – Ghaziabad, as well as select corporate office and resident welfare association and jogger’s parks across the city.
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