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Sunday September 10, 2017
@ Downsview Airport, Toronto

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What is the Plane Pull for ALS Canada?

The Plane Pull for ALS Canada is an event where teams of 10 pull together to support those living with ALS and fund research to make ALS a treatable, not terminal disease.

Create a team or join from the sidelines as teams of 10 attempt to pull a 137,000 lbs. plane 100 meters in record time.

Think you have what it takes?

Register today and put your team’s determination to the test. All you need is a crew of 10 people (including yourself) and raise the minimum of $2,500.

Highlights:

  • Each team gets a chance to pull a 137,000 lbs. plane for 100 meters in record time.
  • Master of Ceremonies, Justin Landry, Comedian & Actor
  • Awards will be given out in a number of categories
  • DJ Christan will be spinning the tunes all day long. Registered teams will be able to select their “walk to the tarmac” song.
  • Kid’s Zone with activities, and games
  • Free BBQ lunch and treats for all registered participants throughout the event.
  • Registered participants will receive an official Plane Pull for ALS Canada T-shirt
  • Special surprise gift to each Team Captain
  • Raffles, activities and prizes all day long

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Let’s Pull together to Challenge ALS

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Top Fundraisers

Anup Kumar$100.00

Top Teams

EQB - Flight$100.00

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