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Matt's Action Cam: 'Over the Edge' supporting Special Olympics

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KHQ.com - Space is limited for this thrilling and inspiring way to support Special Olympics Washington. Pledge to raise $650 and rappel from the roof of a downtown sky scraper, Friday June 27, 2014!

Over the Edge is an exclusive opportunity for individuals to take their support of Special Olympics Washington athletes to new heights by collecting pledges in exchange for stepping Over the Edge and rappelling down the Bank of America Financial building...Spokane’s tallest building!

Once harnessed into the big drop, exclusive participants will solicit contributions to support their heroic fundraising adventure. Individuals interested in in this once in a lifetime opportunity are required to raise a minimum of $650 in pledges for the local athletes of Special Olympics Washington. No prior experience is necessary.

Adults over the age of 18 with a desire to support a worthy cause and enough courage to step Over the Edge are welcome.

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