InTouch : Cranleigh Gets Businesses On The Run

Merchant bank Cranleigh is proving it’s hot to trot – and it’s touting for more ‘suits’ to front up to unique challenge.
Runners and walkers from businesses throughout New Zealand are already signed up to take part in the Great Cranleigh Kauri Run on 22 November. But Cranleigh director David Clarke reckons more businesses will want to do the Coromandel Peninsula event once people recognise the fantastic team-building opportunity and the beneficial spin-off for the environment.
Always ready for adventure and involved in sustainable business ventures, Clarke says Cranleigh Merchant Bankers is proud to be principal sponsor of the Kauri Run. Now in its fifth year, the event attracts around 300 runners and walkers from all over New Zealand and some from as far afield as Japan, North America and the UK.
The Kauri Run combines the physical challenge of either 32 kilometre or 13 kilometre individual or team run among breathtaking scenery.
Clarke says Cranleigh has introduced the ‘Cranleigh Challenge’, which will see each member of corporate team complete the 13-kilometre course. The team with the quickest average time will take out the title. Each team can enter as many members as it wishes, with minimum size of three.
“The Cranleigh Challenge champions will be treated to special mystery prize which, I assure you, will involve lot of fun,” he laughs.

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