Get Skipping with the Sure Skipathon for Sport Relief

Sport Relief Skipathon

Yesterday I shared with you the news that Sure, an Official Partner of Sport Relief, is launching a very exciting new campaign to help raise funds for the charity.  I can now let the cat out of the bag and share with you the news of the Sure SKIPATHON!

Sure and national treasure and singing sensation Katherine Jenkins teamed to transform Piccadilly Circus in London onto Skipadilly Circus (excuse the pun) for a one off group skipping spectacle in aid of this year’s Sport Relief appeal, encouraging all of you guys to get moving whilst raising cash and changing lives.

Skipadilly Circus is the launch pad for a wider campaign where Sure is asking the nation to join the world’s first digital Skipathon and help them reach the target of 1 million skips. Sure will donate £200,000 to Sport Relief, money that will help to make a difference to people living incredibly tough lives, both here at home in the UK and across the world’s poorest communities.

Supported by Sure, the world first antiperspirant with Motionsense technology activated directly by movement, you will able to show your skills for Sport Relief and skip in the knowledge that the more you move the more it protects.

To take part in the mission and move more to make a difference, all you need to do is grab your smart device, visit SureSkipathon.co,uk and follow the simple instructions,  Challenge your friends to get skipping with Sure for Sport Relief too and see if they can beat your score by sharing your results on Facebook or twitter with #SureSkipathon.

You don’t even need a skipping rope to take part as your smartphone acts as the virtual skipping rope, just hold it tightly in your hand and get skipping.  Once you have completed your skips your result will be displayed. Will you be able to beat my paltry score of 22 and make the Sure Skipathon leaderboard?  Get skipping to find out!

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