Intralot showed its continued support for ‘KETHEA’ by participating in the 34thAthens Marathon on Sunday 13th November.
‘KETHEA’ is the largest rehabilitation and social reintegration network in Greece, and helps people suffering from major forms of addiction including gambling.
It was the fifth consecutive year in which Intralot runners have completed the 5 km, 10 km and 42 km races, wearing branded Intralot orange T-shirts promoting the network.
Kenyan athlete Luka Rotis Loumpouan was the marathon race winner, as he crossed the line in the Panathenaic Stadium after 2:12:49, the 15th fastest time in the history of the event.
Alina Papageorgiou, Group HR Director at Intralot, said: “Crossing a marathon finish line requires a powerful state of mind. I would like to congratulate Intralot runners for their commitment, team spirit, strength, but above all their sense of solidarity by participating in this race and its parallel events in support of a good cause.
“Intralot is a responsible corporate citizen committed to achieving its business goals by ethical means, while supporting society and the protection of the environment to the highest standards of corporate responsibility.”
The Athens Marathon is a unique sports event steeped in history. Participating in the event is an exceptional lifetime experience, and showcases the strength of human will, friendship and solidarity.