Dallas Police Chief David Brown and Deputy Chief Scott Walton will unleash their inner superhero by going Over the Edge of the Bank of America Building, 400 S. Zang Boulevard, on Saturday, November 8th beginning at 10:00am. Chief Brown is the Over the Edge Honorary Chairman, and along with local law enforcement officers, celebrities and citizens, will rappel down the 15-story bank building at the fifth annual event in support of 6,300 Special Olympics Texas athletes in the Dallas area.
Over the Edge involves participants raising a minimum of $1,000 to rappel in front of an awe-struck crowd of supporters. Companies, organizations, schools and agencies are encouraged to “send the boss, police chief, fire chief, principal or coach” Over the Edge by raising funds from employees or members. No rappelling experience is required. Participants should be 18 years or older by the day of the event and weigh between 110 and 300 lbs. Rappels are scheduled between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Spots are limited, so register here to go Over the Edge!
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About Special Olympics Texas Special Olympics Texas (SOTX) is a privately funded non-profit organization that changes lives through the power of sport by encouraging and empowering people with intellectual disabilities, promoting acceptance for all, and fostering communities of understanding and respect. SOTX provides continuing opportunities for more than 51,300 children and adults with intellectual disabilities throughout the Lone Star State to realize their potential, develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage and experience joy and friendship. To learn more, visit www.specialolympicstexas.org or call 800.876.5646. Engage with us on: Twitter @SOTexas; fb.com/SpecialOlympicsTX; youtube.com/specialolympicstexas. Visit the SOTX-Greater Dallas Area Facebook page at fb.com/SOTX10.