Matt Roloff is honored to be a part of the opening ceremonies to kick off the state of Montana’s Special Olympics Summer games 2011. Their theme this year of “Living A Little Louder” is tailor made for Matt. He will be speaking to a crowd of over 9000, including 1000 competing athletes, so being a little loud will no doubt come in handy. If you are in the area, Matt encourages you to come out and support the games.
Montana Special Olympics Summer Games
Montana State University Campus and beyond
“Centered at the MSU sports facilities and branching out to local bowling, aquatics, kayak, cycling and golf locations, the competition unfolds in a swell of intensity and joy. Athletes work hard to get to the Games. Following eight weeks of rigorous training, they are ready to show their talent and earn their medals. They will not disappoint.”
About Special Olympics:
Special Olympics is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports training and competition. Founded in 1968 by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and competition to 2.5 million adults and children with intellectual disabilities across 165 countries. The Special Olympics movement offers one of the world’s greatest platforms for acceptance and inclusion for all people–regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or cultural differences. Find out how you can become involved at www.specialolympics.org or for Montana Special Olympics: www.somt.org
“There’s One Team. We’re All On It.”
For more information on Matt's speaking go to www.mattroloffspeaking.com