Tip A Cop Benefiting Special Olympics Florida

  • Dates: 31 Mar – 31 Mar, 2017
  • Location: Tallahassee, FL, USA
  • Address: 2400 N. Monroe St
Leon County Sheriff's Office will be hosting Tip A Cop benefiting Special Olympics Florida on Friday March 31, 2017.

Employees from the Sheriff's Office will be assisting in serving patrons at Longhorn Steakhouse located at 2400 North Monroe Street. We will be serving patrons during lunch time (1100-1400) and again during the dinner time service (1700-2200).

Captain Ed Lee and Captain Bernard Williams will be greeting patrons as they enter Longhorn Steakhouse during the lunch time service.

Sheriff Walt McNeil and Chief Linda Butler will be greeting patrons as they enter into Longhorn Steakhouse during the dinner time service.

Local Special Olympic athletes will be at the event to speak about how Special Olympics and their partnership with Law Enforcement has changed their lives.

Free valet service will be offered during the dinner time service.

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