ATLANTA, Aug. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Special Olympics Georgia (SOGA) will host its annual Duck Pluck onFriday, August 12. Thousands of yellow rubber ducks will jump in the pool at Post Chastain Apartments to support Special Olympics Georgia, which provides sports training and athletic competition to over 27,000 athletes across the state of Georgia.
The event will begin at 1:00 pm, with ducks adopted by the Atlanta community joining the pool. Tingle from Star 94.1 FM will pluck five lucky ducks, whose owner will win one of the five prizes: a 2 night stay at The King & Prince Beach and Golf Resort onSt. Simons Island, a 2 night cabin rental from Black Bear Cabin Rentals in Blue Ridge, Georgia, Diamond Hoop Earrings, a $150QuikTrip Gift Card and a $100 Visa Gift Card.
Ducks are still available to be adopted for only five dollars per duck. There is no limit to how many ducks an individual can adopt, and your chances of winning increase with the purchase of our Quack Pack: $30 for the adoption of seven ducks. All proceeds go towards Special Olympics Georgia athletes’ sports training and participation in State Games. To adopt your duck or for more information, visit www.duckrace.com/atlanta.
SOGA would like to recognize and thank the following sponsors for their support: Rooms To Go Foundation, Post Apartment Homes, Kids R Kids Learning Academies, Whitaker Oil Company, Shaw Industries Group, Winter Construction, LAZ Parking, Risk Placement Services, Inc., Rhino Shield by Georgia Coatings, Dobbins Thrift Shoppe, Highwoods Properties, Craig Automotive,Dale Massey– State Farm Insurance and North Georgia Replacement Windows.
About Special Olympics Georgia SOGA provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for 27,110 children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills, and friendships with their families, other Special Olympic athletes and the community. For more information, visit www.specialolympicsga.org.