Sunday August 14, 2011
Take A Chance
WinFall Lottery returns with big prizes
Submitted by Lennae Durant, BCAA TSF
fter taking a year off, the WinFall Lottery has returned with a tried and tested strategy and an amazing prize value of over $2.5 million.
The Lottery features a $2-million Grand Prize Package, which includes a $1.89-million home located in beautiful South Surrey, $50,000 spending cash and the winner's choice of either a 2011 Jaguar XFR or 2011 Land Rover Sport. OR the option of choosing $1.75 million cash!
The Early Bird prize is $100,000 cash and is only available to those who purchase tickets before October 5, 2011 at 11:00 p.m. Other prizes include cool cars, valuable gift cards and generous travel vouchers.
"Our prizes have been carefully selected to appeal to our ticket buyers," says Graham Cameron, chair, WinFall Lottery. "With every ticket sold, the WinFall Lottery will bring in valuable funds to support Peace Arch Hospital."
"Proceeds from our ticket sales will provide lifesaving and life-enhancing equipment to Peace Arch Hospital and its skilled medical teams. The more support we have, the more funds for the Hospital," says Jackie Smith, Executive Director, Peace Arch Hospital and Community Health Foundation.
The WinFall Lottery has been in the market for 15 successful years, and enjoys a loyal following of lottery ticket buyers. It has raised more than $25 million for Peace Arch Hospital.
Order tickets by calling 604-436-5690 or toll free 1-855-205-5690, online at www.WinFallLottery.ca or the Grand Prize home (2877 146 St., Surrey) daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets are priced at 3 for $100, 9 for $250 and, best value, 16 for $400.
Early Bird Cutoff - October 5 at 11 p.m.
Early Bird Draw - October 19
Final Cutoff - October 19 at 11 p.m.
Final Draw - Starting November 7
Each year, Peace Arch Hospital and Community Health Foundation funds hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of medical equipment. With a successful lottery campaign, it can be done again this year.
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