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RAA members will save with an exclusive City-Bay offer

City-Bay Fun Run Inc. 2 mins read

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Date: July 11, 2024      


RAA members score big with City-Bay offer



Lumary City-Bay Fun Run and RAA today announce an exclusive super-saver deal that will save $25 off City-Bay registration fees until August 31.


The partnership has been struck to help celebrate the 50th running of the iconic event and is open to all RAA members.


Lumary City-Bay race director Joe Stevens says the partnership represents the coming together of two proud South Australian institutions which have contributed much to the community fabric of SA. 


"Both organisations have similar ideals. We celebrate community, inclusion, charity, participation and all that is good about this State. This collaboration is particularly welcome at a time when many in the community are more budget conscious.


"We want our 50th event on September 15 to be our biggest, our best, our most colourful and the most fun and as such, Lumary City-Bay welcomes RAA and its many members on board''.


RAA Chief Marketing Officer Michael Healy said: “As an iconic South Australian organisation, we’re proud to partner with the State’s most iconic fun run.


“Lumary City-Bay plays an important role in encouraging South Aussies to keep active and supporting the athletics community.

“We’re looking forward to seeing many of our members and staff running the very same roads our vans patrol thousands of times a year.”


RAA members can take advantage of the exclusive member offer to save $25 off a City-Bay registration by visiting (This offer does not apply to the 3km event.)


For further information: Race Director, Joe Stevens OAM, 0419 869 883.



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