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Sears Tower

The Willis Tower, constructed as the Sears Tower, was once the world’s tallest building.

Sears Tower

The Willis Tower, constructed as the Sears Tower, was once the world’s tallest building.

A walk up Willis Tower will support Chicago’s Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

Participants will climb up 105 flights of stairs at Willis Tower to raise money for Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.

The Willis Tower, constructed as the Sears Tower, was once the world’s tallest building.

   

More than 1,700 people will climb up the steps of the Willis Tower Sunday in support of the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, a local hospital supporting people through stroke and brain injury recovery.

Reset discusses the hospital’s goals and talks with two people planning to join the climb.

GUESTS: Maria Odenkirk, advocate for disability community

Bob Odenkirk, actor and comedian

Laura Ferrio, chief operating officer

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