Lambeau Leap for Special Olympics

Rappel down the NFL's most famous stadium, with proceeds benefitting Wisconsin's 10,000 Special Olympians.

The Green Bay Packers scaled the heights of professional football to win the Super Bowl. Now, fans can rappel down from the heights of Lambeau Field to help Special Olympics.

The Ultimate Lambeau Leap will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 3. There are just 192 spots, which are available by paying a $250 registration fee and raising the minimum amount of $2,500. For details, CLICK HERE.

Special Olympics Wisconsin will provide fund-raising tools to help you reach your goal. And if you have no rappelling experience, professional members of the Over the Edge team will provide the technical assistance and work alongside you to assist you down the entire way.

Rappellers who raise:

— $2,500 gets The Ultimate Lambeau Leap long-sleeved T-shirt, half-zip pullover, two Invitations to the VIP reception at the Lambeau Atrium on the evening of the event.

— 5,000 get all of the above, plus overnight hotel stay near Lambeau Field and a video of the experience.

— $7,500 get all of the above, plus a Lambeau Field canvas autographed by Clay Matthews or Donald Driver.

— $10,000 get all of the above, plus tour the Packers Hall of Fame with Jermichael Finley.

The top fund-raiser gets to meet Donald Driver following his TV show.

All proceeds will benefit Special Olympics Wisconsin, which serves nearly 10,000 athletes with cognitive disabilities in 189 communities statewide.

For more information, CLICK HERE.

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