Particular Olympics Georgia is internet hosting the 12th Annual Polar Plunge

ATLANTA, February 18, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Pistons carry the cold water from Acworth Beach Saturday February 20thAssisting the 26,620 Special Olympics Georgia athletes in the 12th Annual Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge.

This event is one of the coolest of the year, with attendees collecting cash and soaking in the cool waters of Lake Acworth. Flasks bring the excitement to this event by dressing up in crazy costumes and celebrating the success of their fundraiser, with all proceeds going to benefit Special Olympics Georgia athletes.

The jump starts at 9:00 a.m. and on to 1:00 pmor until all teams have fallen. We applaud all the media who join us for this cool day of falls when we freeze in support of the athletes for a reason! Further information and registration can be found at

Special Olympics Georgia would like to thank our Premier State Sponsors: Publix, UPS, Marlows Tavern and Winter Construction for their dedicated support and loyalty to our athletes.

Special Olympics Georgia thanks Polar Plunge sponsors: Publix, Inwood Holdings, Northside Hospital, Rob Vaka family, Blue Collar Joe Coffee, Waffelhaus, Goldman Sachs, Cobb County Sheriff’s Office, Governors Gun Club, St. Peter Chanel, Wynne Family Foundation, BECA, The Megan Strader Family and Jones and Kolb.

About Special Olympics Georgia (SOGA)

SOGA provides year-round sports training and sports competitions in a variety of Olympic sports for 26,620 children and adults with intellectual disabilities, offering them the opportunity to develop their physical fitness, show courage, experience joy and partake in gift-sharing. Skills and friendships with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community. More information is available at

Kelli Bonner
Senior Marketing and Program Manager
Special Olympics Georgia
[email protected]
Tel .: 770-414-9390 ext. 1120

SOURCE Special Olympics Georgia

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