UPS PLANE PULL
presented by BrightSpring
Saturday, September 21, 2019
UPS WorldPort, Louisville

The UPS Plane Pull presented by BrightSpring for Special Olympics Kentucky is an exciting event to help support 10,000 athletes here in Louisville and across the state. Teams of 20 sign up in advance and raise a minimum of $1,500 to compete. On September 21, teams take their turn to see who can pull a 124,000-pound UPS Boeing 757 cargo plane 12 feet in the fastest time.

Trophies are awarded in men's, women's, co-ed and fitness friends divisions. 

There are additional prizes for the most team spirit, best costumes and for the best team t-shirt. There are also awards for the top individual and team fundraisers and for the top fundraising Special Olympics athlete.

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THE CORPORATE CHALLENGE!!!
Raise $2,000 by August 23 and your team will receive a special Plane Pull T-Shirts that feature your corporate logo or team name on the sleeve! The Corporate Challenge is a great way for your team to showcase your support of Special Olympics well beyond Pull Day!
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Get your team together to “Pull for a Purpose” to benefit Special Olympics Kentucky athletes.


Event Schedule

Early Check-In
Thursday, September 19
1-7 pm -Captains Only
SOKY Office; 1230 Liberty Bank Ln.; Suite 140
Avoid the line on Pull day. Sign your team in and pick up your fundraising incentives.
Must have minimum of $1,500 for early check-in.

 Event Day
Saturday, September 21
UPS Worldport
9-11:00 am - On-Site Check In
10:00 am - Opening Ceremony
10:30 am - First Pull
RSVP to Jennifer at  jmcmahon@soky.org

Check out our Disney Raffle at the event - sold exclusively at 2019 SOKY Pull Events. Win SIX Disney Park Hopper One Day Passes. Tickets sold for $10 at the event!

Come find out more about how you and your company or group can pull your weight for Special Olympics. You can be among the first to reserve your team's place in line for the Biggest Challenge in Louisville.