|The Rotary Club of Chatham with Hummer|
The draw will be done in reverse order $500 to $10,000. The five cash winner’s tickets will be returned to the drum, the drum will then be given a final tumble and the next ticket drawn will win the Hummer.
“Remember, September 5th is the deadline and it’s fast approaching,” says Leon Bremner, co-chairman of the Rotary Club of Chatham’s “Hum-Dinger of a Project.”
The club in Chatham wanted to do something spectacular to help celebrate the 100th Year Anniversary of Rotary International.
“The attention has been fantastic,” says Ross Hartlen, Project Manager. “The Hummer gets a lot of attention wherever we go.”
So far 115,000 people have viewed the vehicle. If you haven’t had the opportunity to see it, there’s still time.
In the past the Rotary Club of Chatham has supported undertakings like the Miramichi Life Line emergency telephone system for seniors or disabled people, the purchase of critical new equipment like the first CT Scan unit for Region 7 Hospital, scholarship programs at James M. Hill Memorial High School and much more.
As part of this year’s fundraising endeavour the club has also committed $100,000 to the French Fort Cove Eco-Centre, a landmark tourist attraction that will showcase Miramichi’s history and culture while promoting education and environmental awareness.
Purchase your ticket now before time runs out. Tickets are $100 and may be ordered online at hummer.mightymiramichi.com or by phone toll free at 1-888-735-7822.
For more information contact the Rotary Club of Chatham by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, faxing (506) 778-2380 or by traditional post at Rotary Club of Chatham, P.O. Box 127, Miramichi, NB, E1N 3A5. Visit the website at hummer.mightymiramichi.com