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News Release
Monday, May 18, 2009
Media Relations
   
   
LAPD Officers Wait Tables to Benefit Special Olympics NA09123bb

What:
“ Tip-A-Cop” Fund Raiser Event for Special Olympics
 
When:
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Where:
Pete’s Cafe
400 S. Main Street
Los Angeles 90012

Who:
Los Angeles Police Department Central Area Captain Blake Chow               
Central Area Senior Lead Officers
 
Why:
The Los Angeles Police Department, Special Olympics of Southern California, and Pete’s Cafe will team up in a “Tip-A-Cop” benefit event to raise money for the Special Olympic Games. 

LAPD Officers will wait tables to earn extra tips.  All proceeds will directly benefit the Special Olympic Games.

“Police officers have an inherent desire to help others.  Our reach and influence does not extend to law enforcement.  Police officers of Central Area are waiting on customers as a way to help the Special Olympics continue to provide the important programs to the athletes. We are proud to be part of this support.” – Captain Chow

For further information regarding this event, contact Los Angeles Police Department Central Community Police Station at 213-972-1289




     
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