ATTENTION THRILL SEEKERS

You have ONE HUNDRED days until it’s time to go OVER THE EDGE for Down Syndrome of Louisville.
– Anyone who raises $1,000 or more gets to send someone Over The Edge of Louisville Hyatt Regency in Downtown Louisville.
– If $1500 is raised, you get to wear a GoPro to document the experience.
– You can raise money as an individual, or many folks like to raise money at work and send their BOSS Over The Edge. 🙂
Want to try it? Get started here: https://bit.ly/3P4mFsn
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