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May 17, 2012

Sports Raffle Winner

EXETER — The Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce annual Ultimate Sports Ticket Raffle drawing was on May 5th at Drift Away Restaurant in North Hampton. The winner is Paul Drapaniotis of Brentwood. The winning ticket was drawn by former Red Sox pitcher and Ultimate Sports Ticket Raffle Honorary Chairman Skip Lockwood.

Paul Drapaniotis is now holder of an amazing collection of premium seat tickets to select 2012-2013 season games (one game per team) including: Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins, Celtics, UNH Men's hockey and NASCAR Sprint Cup tickets PLUS UNH Men's Hockey, NH Fisher Cats, and Shawnee Peak Lift Tickets. The package also includes three round-trips (with restrictions) courtesy of Four Star Limousine.

While he was not on hand at the drawing, Drapaniotis was pleasantly surprised by the phone call he received on May 5th from Krysta Seckendorf, the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce's Marketing and Events Director. "I'm a very enthusiastic Boston sports fan and this prize is beyond belief for me, I can't wait to attend all these games" said Drapaniotis.

The event is made possible by Grand Slam Sponsor Core Physicians; Touchdown Sponsors Elite Printing Group, Drift Away and Four Star Limousine; and ticket sponsors: Arjay's Ace Hardware, Shooter's Sports Pub, Exeter Bowling Lanes, Staffing Sense, Shawnee Peak, Foss Motors, NH Fisher Cats and Chris Goodwin of W.B. Mason.

For more information visit www.ultimatesportsraffle.com, or contact the Chamber at 603.772.2411.

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