PULL FOR A PURPOSE

Saturday, September 10th
Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum

Plane Pull is more than just a test of your physical strength and ability to work as a team. It is a one of a kind feat of mental toughness that will unlock your inner champion! Best of all, your brawn supports programing for Special Olympics Oregon athletes.

Is your crew bold enough to take on the challenge for ultimate bragging rights? Go head to head with a 40,000-pound aircraft while competing with other teams for fastest time.

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Plane Pull

Choose your division for battle

Unified Team»


Build your heroic Unified Team (Special Olympics Oregon Athletes, Local Programs, and Unified Champion Schools) and recruit up to 10 Pullers.

Conqueror Team»


Test your grit and determination by recruiting up to 10 Pullers in this division. A great team bonding experience!

Elite Team»


Looking for ultra bragging rights? Build your Elite Team with up to 6 Pullers and release your inner beast!

Torchbearer Team»


Build your agency team and compete in either the Conqueror or Elite team level while also in the running for Torchbearer Enforcement team.

The LIFTOFF

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Shuttle Run»


A fast paced test of your speed and agility

The Lift»


Crush this single-arm deadlift

Hard Landing»


Challenger versus atlas stone

Waging War»


A race to uncoil 100-feet of rope the fastest

Dogfight»


The final showdown for ultimate bragging rights

HOLD TIGHT and PULL with ALL YOUR MIGHT

LOCATION

Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum
500 NE Captain Michael King Smith Way
McMinnville, OR 97128

DATES

Saturday, September 10th, 2022

The  Liftoff 9am - Plane Pull 11am

We Raised
$k
in 2022

JOIN US

We are Pulling for a Purpose to make a difference in the lives of Special Olympics Oregon athletes!

Help support us in reaching our event fundraising goal of $80,000

"To be around people that are positive and happy is just wonderful. Smiles and hugs are so valuable, and they're plentiful at Special Olympic events."

Gwen Johns, Police Captain,
Stayton Police Department

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THANK YOU to our 2022 SPONSORS