Iditarod Trail Winter Raffle – 478 Raffle Tickets Remain!

WE NEED YOUR HELP NOW!The Iditarod Trail Winter Raffle, which is one of the largest fundraisers for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, still has 478 tickets left to sell BEFORE 5 PM TOMORROW! So, if you are passionate about the Iditarod Call NOW! 1-800-545-MUSH(6874) OR 907-376-5155, ext. 108. What other raffle do you have a 1 in 200 chance of winning? Buy your chance TODAY to win some of the more than $190,000 in prizes, including FOUR brand new Dodge Ram Pickup Trucks!! We’re giving away FOUR 2012 Dodge Ram 4×4 Pickups THIS Sunday!or you can apply the $39,000 vehicle price toward any new vehicle at Anchorage Chrysler-Dodge-JeepPlus 16 other great prizes, totaling over $190,000!Purchase Your $100 Winter Raffle Tickets TODAY!Call 1-800-545-MUSH(6874) or 907-376-5155 x 108or stop by the Great Alaska Sportsman Show March 29th – April 1stDallas Seavey, 2012 Iditarod Champion, will be drawing the winning tickets at 5 PM AK Time on April 1st Our Winter and Summer Raffles are Our SINGLE Largest Fundraisers…And a significant part of the revenue we rely on to stage “The Last Great Race on Earth!” As it stands right now, about $47,800 in revenue from this important project has yet to be realized. That’s a budget variance we cannot afford! Click Here to see a complete listing of all 20 prizes. Tickets are $100 each and your purchase will help us meet our obligations associated with the running of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Call 1-800-545-MUSH(6874) or 907-376-5155, ext. 108 to purchase your ticket(s) today! With only 4,000 Tickets Available For Sale …At the very worst, you have a 1 in 200 chance to win! Please call 1-800-545-MUSH(6874) or 907-376-5155, ext. 108 to purchase your ticket TODAY! We are also at the Great Alaska Sportsman Show in Anchorage today and tomorrow. So, stop by! Dallas Seavey will be the Sportsman Show on Sunday, April 1 from 1 PM – until he draws the last ticket around 5:30 PM.


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