, Kingston, NH


March 7, 2013

Sports Raffle

EXETER - If you’re the Ultimate Sports Fan, don’t miss out on your opportunity to see all of your favorite teams in action! The Ultimate Sports Ticket Raffle is the chance for one lucky sports fan to win what is truly the “ultimate” sports prize. One grand prize winner will receive two “premium seat” tickets to one game for each of these teams…the “winner takes all” of the following:

Red Sox (2 tickets), Patriots (2 tickets), Celtics (2 tickets), Bruins (2 tickets), NASCAR Sprint Cup 2013 (2 tickets), Shawnee Peak Lift Tickets 2013-2014 season (4 tickets), NH Fisher Cats (4 tickets), and

UNH Men’s Hockey (4 tickets).

The lucky winning ticket will be drawn Fri., March 15, at 6:30 p.m., at The Tavern at River’s Edge in Exeter. Winner need not be present to win.

You can purchase tickets (15 for $100.00, 7 for $50.00, 3 for $25.00, or $10.00 eacc) by calling the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce at 603-772-2411 or by visiting www.ultimatesportsraffle or

“As far as we know, this prize is not offered by anyone else, and we believe it truly is the ultimate experience for a fan of our New England Sports teams,” said former Boston Red Sox Skip Lockwood, Honorary Chair of the Ultimate Sports Raffle Committee.

“These aren’t just any tickets to the games,” said Roy Aboody, Chair of the Ultimate Sports Raffle Committee. “These are premium seats, a few rows behind home plate for the Red Sox, front row on the floor for the Celtics, a few rows up on the 40-yard line for the Patriots and so on.”

If that weren’t a great prize in itself, there is even more! one roundtrip Limousine ride for up to 6 passengers to any game of your choice* courtesy of Four Star Limousine.

This popular package is sponsored by Core Orthopaedics, Elite Printing, Four Star Limousine, Staffing Sense, Shooter’s Sports Pub, Exeter Bowling Lanes, DTC Lawyers, Foss Motors, and Shawnee Peak.

Anyone interested in purchasing raffle tickets can contact the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce at (603) 772-2411 or visit Checks can be made payable to the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce, 24 Front Street, Exeter, NH 03833 or purchase tickets online using a major credit card.

* Gratuity not included

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