/PRNewswire/ -- Local police officers brave moving treadmills for EIGHT hours straight... On April 10th, Special Olympics Georgia and Georgia police officers join forces to raise money for the Law Enforcement Torch Run®.
WHO: Special Olympics Georgia and Georgia Law Enforcement Officers
WHAT: Georgia Law Enforcement officers are once again teaming up with Special Olympics Georgia to raise money for the Law Enforcement Torch Run® of Special Olympics Georgia. Officers will be handcuffed to moving treadmills for EIGHT hours (or until they reach their fundraising goal) for Georgia's third annual "Cuffed for a Cause" Saturday, April 10th. They will collect donations from customers as they walk, walk, walk and walk some more.
WHEN: The officers will start their treadmills across the state at various locations on Saturday, April 10th.
Dunwoody Police Department: Perimeter Mall; 4400 Ashford Dunwoody Road
Gwinnett County Police Department: Wal-Mart; 3795 Buford Drive, Buford
Milton Police Department: Wal-Mart; 5200 Windward Parkway, Milton
Paulding County Marshal Bureau: Wal-Mart; 4166 Jimmy Lee Smith Parkway, Hiram
For more information about Cuffed for a Cause and the Law Enforcement Torch Run®, visit www.SpecialOlympicsGA.org
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