Muscular Dystrophy Canada 2018 Altantic Fire Fighter Raffle
- Method of payment is cash, cheque, VISA or Mastercard
- Tickets are $20.00 each
- The draw will take place at Muscular Dystrophy Canada:
Stubbs Ave, Unit 120, Dartmouth, NS B3B 0M7
- There are a total of 3 prizes:
- 2018 Harley‐Davidson Road King OR 2018 Polaris RZR S 900 plus $2900 in accessories (winner chooses the prize)
- Leather Jacket;
- $250 to the seller of the first prize ticket.
The actual color of the motorcycle is black and the color of the RZR S 900 could vary, depends upon what’s available at the time of the draw.
- Prizes must be accepted as awarded. There will be no substitutions or cash equivalents.
- The draw will take place regardless of the number of tickets sold.
- Delivery of the 2018 Harley‐Davidson Road King or the 2018 Polaris RZR S 900 to the winner must take place at Eldridge’s Harley‐Davidson, 1230 Fairville Blvd, Saint John, NB at the winner’s expense.Please allow up to 6 weeks for the prizes to be available.
- Consent to release winners information is implied with ticket purchase. Every reasonable effort will be made to contact the winners by telephone and in writing (registered mail). However, if we are unable to contact the winner(s) within a period of 90 days, then a second draw will occur.
- All tickets will be securely stored and transported.
- All tickets will be audited and traceable by ticket numbers.
- No person will have access to the draw bin other than the Fire Fighter Raffle lottery manager.
- Muscular Dystrophy Canada staff are not eligible to win.
- All procedures (accounting and ticket controls) will be in accordance with Lotter Licenses and project auditor’s rules and regulations.
- The draws will be witnessed by at least 2 people ‐ 1st prize drawn first and then the 2nd prize will be
- Prize winners will be listed on our website – www.muscle.ca and announced through Social Media and e‐mail.
- Tickets can only be sold in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and PEI.
For 20 years, Fire Fighters from across Atlantic Canada have been selling tickets on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle in support of Muscular Dystrophy Canada.