Bragging rights, the feeling of accomplishment, helping a worthy cause, the trill of doing something that only a handful of people can say, all that and more can be yours by lending a hand, and a pull, to the 2021 Travis Mills Foundation Plane Pull.

So imagine you and 19 of your best buddies stepping out to lend a hand or two, to help help veterans and have a once in a lifetime story, unless of course, you want to do it again next year, and that's OK too.

October 16th is the date, put it on your calendar. The 2021 Travis Mills Foundation Plane Pull. It's going down at the Portland International Jetport. The event runs from 10am-2pm, and is open to everyone. There will be special things to do to keep the kids entertained, also food trucks will be on hand.

So there is still time to put together a team of 20 people and give all you got to pull a 80-ton airplane 20 feet, and of course if your team can do it the fastest, well, there is a prize in your future, not to mention those illustrious bragging rights. I mean come'on how many people do you know can say they pulled a plane?

Teams will be divided into 3 different divisions, general, women only, and 1st responders.

Prizes will be given out for the fastest pull for each division, for the most patriotic team, and also for the top fundraising team.

Speaking of which, ultimately, this is a fundraising event so, each team must raise at least $2500. The goal of the event is $150,000, with all proceeds going to the Travis Mills Foundation.

CLICK HERE for more info and to sign up for this fun event.

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