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Event Location: Two Well Fargo Atrium
Event Date/Time: Wednesday, September 24th/9am - 3pm

Charlotte Leaders are Doing Time
in the Charlotte Area Executive Lockup

They say doing time changes you. That couldn’t be more true when business and community leaders agree to be part of the MDA Lock-Up! By agreeing to do time, these leaders from all around  go behind bars as they raise bail money to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

The MDA Lock-Up is a community event that is a unique and fun way to help local children and adults who live with muscle disease. By being an MDA Jailbird, you’ll ask your family, friends and business contacts to make donations to your “bail”, which are funds that will help MDA in its mission of curing muscular dystrophy, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) and related diseases by funding worldwide research, providing comprehensive health care and support services, advocacy and education.

Make a Muscle, Make your Bail and Make a Difference in the fight against muscle disease.

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Event Progress

Charlotte Executive Lockup 2014
Make a gift!
65 percent of goal achieved.

Top Jailbirds

  1. You've raised $1,600! Personal Gift Tony Tomljanovic - $4,195.00
  2. You've raised $1,600! Personal Gift Stick Williams - $3,400.00
  3. You've raised $1,600! Personal Gift Pam Smith - $3,318.00
  4. You've raised $1,600! Susan Brooks - $2,637.00
  5. You've raised $1,600! Andy Wilson - $2,050.00

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