KK Security National Sales Manager Bryan Honde said as a race partner, KK Security will provide physical security services to race participants and their properties.
“We are proud to be joining Standard Bank as a race partner for the June 9th Be More Race. The race gives us the opportunity to showcase the benefits of health living and wellness as we have expertise that rely on fitness,” he said.
Honde said despite their company dealing with security issues, they are aware that in the wake of the increase in cases of Non-Communicable Diseases - NCDs, events such as Be More Race provide a platform for people to exercise and reduce the risk of NCDs.
“This race offers a fantastic opportunity to engage community on wellness and fitness which minimizes the risk of NCDs. It is our pleasure to join hands with Standard Bank and other partners in uniting the communities, families and friends through this race.
“We therefore believe that the race will influence a change in lifestyle across the country, with many more people taking up running, to keep healthy and socialize. Running is not only great for the soul but good for your well-being. It makes you happier, helps you get fit, will keep you sharper and even as you age, reduces health risk and prolongs your life’,” he said.
Standard Bank Head of Marketing & Communications Thoko Unyolo said the bank is happy to partner with KK Security who is one of its key Corporate and Investment Banking clients into the race saying the support offered will go a long way to encourage more racers to register as they are assured of the much needed security during the race.
The second edition of Be More race will be held on 9 June 2018 in Lilongwe.