Special Olympics Tennessee Gets "Powered" Up

by Ryan Halvorson on Oct 01, 2008

Making News

Fitness and sports equipment manufacturer Power Systems’ Charity Warehouse Sale has raised more than $20,000 for Special Olympics Tennessee. Originally started in 2005, the Charity Warehouse Sale “allows local fitness and sports performance professionals and enthusiasts the opportunity to purchase training equipment at discounted prices, with all proceeds benefiting Special Olympics,” according to a press release. The event’s success continues to grow; this year’s total quadrupled the amount raised in the previous sale.

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Ryan Halvorson

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Ryan Halvorson is the chief content officer for Fit Scribe Media (www.fitscribemedia.com); contributing editor for IDEA Health & Fitness Association; director of group training at Bird Rock Fit in La Jolla, CA; a Master Instructor for Metabolic Effect and the creator of www.Fat2Fitin30.com, a lifestyle organization dedicated to finding ways to achieve improved fitness, nutrition and healthy living habits in 30 minutes or less. He is an internationally recognized speaker and has written for publications such as DETAILS and GQ.