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Virginia Gators of Charlottesville 50/50 Holiday Raffle
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Wednesday, December 4th 2013
All Day

The Virginia Gators of Charlottesville, a year-round swim club serving recreational and competitive swimmers ages 4-18, is sponsoring a 50/50 Raffle. Only 400 tickets will be sold, at a cost of $100 per ticket. That means one lucky winner has a chance to win a jackpot of up to $20,000 on Wednesday, December 18, 2013…just in time for the holidays! Consider purchasing a ticket or going in on a ticket or with friends, co-workers, teachers, book clubs, family, and neighbors.

To purchase a ticket, visit www.VirginiaGators.org to download and complete the raffle entry form and mail it in with a check made payable to the “Virginia Gators of Charlottesville”. No cash, please. Or, you can purchase a raffle ticket online via the PayPal button found at www.VirginiaGators.org. Once your entry has been received, your official raffle entry number will be sent to you. The winning number will be drawn at the Gator Holiday Party on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. (Winner need not be present to win.) If you would like more information, take a look at our FAQs and Official Rules and Regulations.

Thank you for your support! And, good luck!

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