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Get ready for the 4th Annual ‘Reverse Draw Raffle’ party for Beacon House … this year with a “Super Bowl” theme!
Tickets are $100 each. Only 250 tickets will be sold, in order to keep the odds of winning high but guests may attend, too. One grand prize Reverse Draw Raffle winner will walk away with $5,000 in cash!
“The evening is one of the most exciting events we host all year,” said Beacon House CEO Mary Dowling, “It’s called the Reverse Draw Raffle because the first ticket drawn is the biggest loser. We then go on for another 249 tickets. It’s so much fun, and this year with the Super Bowl party included, it should be the best one yet!”
Ticket holders do not need to be present to win. The ticket price includes an “NFL Buffet”, entertainment and music by Double Trouble DJs, games, and prizes. Games include ‘Super Bowl Squares’, an NFL themed photo booth, and more. Reverse Draw ticket holders are welcome to bring a guest, for an additional $50.
“There’s a lot of energy at this event,” said Dowling. “People come to support the cause, but it’s all about having fun losing. It’s a great time, with people cracking up and teasing each other because they’re “losers”. Ultimately, everyone is there to make winners out of our guests at Beacon House.”
The event takes place at the Harbor Room of the Landmark Inn in Marquette Sunday, February 5th. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served at 5:30 p.m., with dinner, entertainment, and the game on several big screens. The Reverse Draw Raffle portion will conclude at half-time, with a $5,000 winner announced before the second half of the game.
Tickets are available through at Beacon House, Hospitality Gifts, Dig’s, or by visiting upbh.org/tickets.
Beacon House is a privately run non-profit organization, and is a donation-based hospitality program. Proceeds from this event greatly help with operational expenses for the program. Beacon House’s mission is to operate a safe, supportive and compassionate hospitality house for patients receiving medical care and for their loved ones.