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The 8th Annual Plane Pull at O’Hare International Airport hosted by Special Olympics Illinois and the Law Enforcement Torch Run successfully raised over $138,000 for over 22,000 traditional athletes and more than 20,000 Young Athletes currently participating with Special Olympics Illinois. On the southwest side of airport grounds at the United Airlines Cargo Facility, almost 70 teams of 20 people stared down the noses of the UPS Airbus A300 and the United Airlines 737 for a 90 ton tug of war competition for a good cause. Special Olympics Illinois is part of a global organization which provides children and adults with intellectual disabilities with the opportunity to pursue physical fitness, participate in athletic sports and experience community with family and friends.
INTERRA is proud to support Special Olympics Illinois and the numerous individuals who have and continue to benefit from their programs. Sanjeev Bandi, President of INTERRA was joined by Adam Wartsbaugh, Charlie Patel and Harold Swanson on Team QAMT, in the Open Division, led by Michelle Beecher, S.T.A.T.E. Testing. Mr. Wartsbaugh, Mr. Patel and Mr. Swanson are no strangers to O’Hare International Airport due to their professional experience with the Capital Improvement Program Airside Projects (CARE) and the O’Hare Modernization Program. Usually when INTERRA’s personnel are on the tarmac it is for work, but for this event the focus was on the spirit of the Special Olympics.Back to News Home