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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
Grab your family and friends
and go bananas at the 13th annual Jamba Banana Man Chase this Saturday, May 3rd at 7a.m. Here on Sunrise to talk more about the event is Mike palmer, district manager for Jamba Hawaii.
The event takes place at Ala Moana Beach Park Magic Island, where 2,000 participants will chase life-sized bananas around the 5k course. There will also be a 500 meter dash for keiki.
The goal is to raise$15,000 for Hawaii Speed and Quickness,
a skills training program designed to teach aspiring athletes to become faster
and excel in all types of sports.