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Energizer takes over

MEDIA STATEMENT

21 April 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

As the title sponsor, Energizer Malaysia will now be taking over Expose Media’s prior commitment to fully distribute all certificates, medals, finishers’ T-shirts, headlights and complimentary gifts to every registered participant in the race.

Energizer Malaysia will also refund the full registration fees for every registered participant as previously announced.

Please note that the refund cheque will be delivered separately from the certificates, medals, finishers’ T-shirts, headlights and complimentary gifts.

We will be using the original registration database to contact participants via e-mail and SMS, and this will also be announced on the Energizer Night Race 2011 website and Facebook page (www.energizernightrace.com.my; www.facebook.com/EnergizerNightRaceMalaysia).

In the event your contact details have changed, we kindly ask registered participants to update their mailing address by visiting (http://183.81.161.83/racekit/SelfServiceLogin.aspx) and entering their bib number and MyKad number or passport number.

If you encounter technical difficulties, you can e-mail your change request to cst.msia@energizer.com by providing the following information:

1. Bib number
2. Full name as per their MyKad or passport for refund cheque processing
3. MyKad or passport number
4. Mailing address
5. Telephone number

The updating of the contact details will be available from the 22nd of April 2011 to the 5th of May 2011, after which we will deem the contact database is final and complete.

All registered participants should expect to receive all dues by the end of May 2011.

Energizer Malaysia understands participants’ concerns in regards to race results and timing and is working towards a conclusion.

Once again, we express apologies as title sponsor to all participants in this year’s race.

Mike Foong
Managing Director
Energizer Malaysia Sdn Bhd

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