Grey’s participation came in line with the goals of the Supreme Council of Health (SCH) to encourage more young people to participate in sports activities in Qatar and adopt a healthy daily lifestyle. Grey’s runners printed SCH logo on their shirts stressing on the importance of the council’s endeavors in supporting any cause related to health awareness.
On this occasion, Mr. Karim Zarka, Managing Director for Grey - Doha, said:
“Grey’s participation in the Marathon translates well our agency’s commitment to its Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy and comes in line with Qatar National Vision 2030 and its Human Development Pillar with Health constituting one of its main cornerstones. Grey aims to raise awareness on the benefits of sport and physical activity, increase community’s participation in sports and improve talent’s development and improvement.”
He added: “We are very pleased to offer our full support to the efforts that are being made in Qatar to place wellbeing and healthy lifestyle at the top of people’s priorities. Raising awareness about important health topics, such as regular exercising and proper nutrition, are part of the main fundamentals advocated by Grey.”
Zarka explained that “Qatar has enjoyed unprecedented global recognition in the sports field in recent years and continues to advance through targeted efforts aimed at creating a safer, healthier and more peaceful society.”
He said that “Grey’s participation in this sports event aims to spread the humanitarian message within the community and encourage our team to get involved in sports and healthy lifestyles.”