Posted On : 22-05-2017

It’s Time to Run

BCA Bali Run 2017

Updated on: 29 August 2017

Striving to empower the benefits of healthy living through sports, as well as following up on similar activity held in Surabaya some time ago, the Bank BCA is inviting all customers, this time the people of Bali, to participate in the BCA Bali Run 2017.

BCA BALI RUN 2017 is a running competition pioneered by PT Bank Central Asia Tbk. This initiative is a reflection of BCA’s supports towards healthy lifestyle through sports. A healthy lifestyle can improve a better quality of life. Not only that, it also increases productivity as well as creates a more harmonious social life.

BCA BALI RUN 2017 will hold a 25K, 10K & 5K+ category. All Indonesian men and women, with age of 17 and older, can compete in this event. In addition to that, through BCA BALI RUN 2017, each participant can get the chance to record their fastest time. 

Special Price Promo for BCA Account Holder, get a discounted price of Rp 150,000 (all category) for all participants who own a BCA Account and perform payment transaction using any of BCA products available (Kilk Pay, Klik BCA, Transfer, BCA Credit Card, Sakuku)

Registration Fee:

Category BCA Account Holder* Public
25K Rp. 300.000 Rp. 450.000
10K Rp. 250.000 Rp. 400.000
5K+ Rp. 200.000 Rp. 350.000

*Get a special price for BCA Account Holder

Enjoy the BCA BALI RUN 2017 and make this event a proud running competition in Bali province.

Wait no longer! Register yourself at the BCA Bali Run 2017 on

For more information, contact Halo BCA 1500888 or simply mention us at Twitter account @HaloBCA.

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