COP ASCENDS TO LOCAL HARLEY ROOFTOP TO SUPPORT VERMONT SPECIAL OLYMPICS (July 20)
COP ASCENDS TO LOCAL HARLEY ROOFTOP TO SUPPORT VERMONT SPECIAL OLYMPICS
For the Fourth Year in a Row, the Montpelier Police Chief, Washington County Sherriff and Wilkins Harley-Davidson Team Up for the “Cop on Top” Fundraiser on the Harley-Davidson Dealership Roof
South Barre, Vermont, July 20, 2012 – The Montpelier Police Chief Tony Facos, Sheriff Sam Hill and Wilkins Harley-Davidson have united for the “Cop on Top of Wilkins Harley Davidson Dealership” to benefit Vermont Special Olympics Vermont.The fund raising program will begin at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, July 20th, and end at 12 p.m. on Saturday, July 21stth with a Burger Buffet to benefit Vermont Special Olympics. There will also be a dance party Friday at 7pm at the Wilkins dealership with a laser light show. Montpelier Police Chief Tony Facos and Sheriff Sam Hill will sit on the roof of the South Barre, Vermont Harley Davidson shop located at 663 South Barre Road, South Barre, Vermont to raise funds and increase awareness of the Vermont Special Olympics movement.
Chief Facos and Sheriff Hill will be eating, sleeping and fund raising right from Wilkins Harley-Davidson Dealership’s rooftop 24 hours of the day. Patrons, on-lookers, or the general public are encouraged to stop by, cheer them on, and contribute towards the fund raising goal. Hutch Cranes will be loading items onto the roof Thursday morning such as a portable toilet and two recliners.
Other police departments are encouraged to come out and show their support for Chief Facos, Sheriff Hill, and Special Olympics Vermont.
“Working with Special Olympics is a natural fit for Wilkins Harley-Davidson. Harley riders are some of the most generous people you will ever meet and we love supporting causes like this.” Wilkins Harley-Davidson General Manager, John W. Lyon said.