Second Bonus Drawing for Copper State Raffle Deadline is Friday, June 25

Michael D. of Phoenix Wins First Early Bird Drawing, Raffle Continues through July 30 at CopperStateRaffle.com

Special Olympics Arizona’s Copper State Raffle is currently underway and tickets are still available, but the first winner of the raffle has been drawn and revealed. Matthew D. of Phoenix is the winner of the first Early Bird bonus drawing and won the chance to choose a Tesla Model 3, a Ford Bronco Sport or $25,000 in cash.

The Copper State Raffle features more than 150 prizes, including a Tesla Model S and $75,000 for the Grand Prize; as well as other cash prizes, luxurious vacations, 50/50 drawings, Early Bird prizes and more. The deadline to enter the Grand Prize drawing is Friday, July 30.

Two additional bonus drawings will take place throughout the raffle as well, including another Early Bird drawing and a 50/50 Add-on drawing. The second Early Bird drawing deadline is Friday, June 25, for a chance to win an Australian or Hawaiian vacation, or $10,000 cash. The deadline for the 50/50 Add-on drawing, which currently stands at nearly $50,000, is Friday, July 30. All tickets purchased for Early Bird Drawings are re-entered in all subsequent drawings and the Grand Prize Drawing.

Tickets are $30 each, or you can buy a package of three for $60 or eight for $120. Add-on tickets are $10 each, or you can purchase five for $25 or 15 for $50. There also is a special value pack available that includes 10 raffle tickets and 30 Add-on tickets for $200, as well as additional special website discounts. Tickets can be purchased online at www.CopperStateRaffle.com, via phone at 888.697.0168 or via mail with a downloadable form from the Copper State Raffle website.

ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE RAFFLE WILL BENEFIT SPECIAL OLYMPICS ARIZONA.

“We have had a great response so far from the Special Olympics community for this raffle, but there still is plenty of time to enter, so we encourage everybody to buy your tickets and help spread the word to friends and family in the Valley,” said Special Olympics Arizona President and CEO Jamie Heckerman. “It has been difficult this year to host many of our typical fundraisers that allow us the chance to raise money to support our more than 21,000 athletes, but this is a great way to get people involved and raise money for our athletes while getting the chance to win some really great prizes.”

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