Online registration for the 13th annual J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge opens this coming Monday, 23 November.
Johannesburg's largest and most anticipated after-work sporting/social event will take place on Thursday, 7 April 2016, with another capacity crowd of 13,000 entrants projected to enter.
The one-of-a-kind 5.6km company road race has sold out for 12 consecutive years with more than 13,000 entrants from 227 companies participating in the 2015 addition. Companies are urged to start registration as soon as possible to avoid the disappointment.
Get set, ready and go! Participants of the 2015 event take to the streets of Melrose for a good cause
The 2016 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge will once again be hosted at the Wanderers Club, and will run through the Melrose suburb while being held for first time in the month of April.
Registration is R150 per entry and the first 50 company captains to begin their registration will receive a J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge sports bag. The Corporate Challenge promotes a healthy work-life balance while promoting camaraderie among the business community.
The must-attend event will culminate with some top-class entertainment with this year's post-race concert being headlined by Beatenberg, who will get participants moving with their fresh pop sounds.
The 2015 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge® attracted South African sporting and entertainment celebrities such as cricket legend Pat Symcox, Paralympian Gold Medalist Natalie du Toit, models Maps Maponyane and Kerry McGregor and TV personalities Dan Nicholl and Tumisho Masha. For more information on the registration process please call 0860 460 906 or email for further information.
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