FundFundFundRaiser Raffle Reveal!

October 22, 2011 at 8:20 pm Leave a comment

Alright y’all–we can’t contain ourselves any longer…

As you may know Austin2Angkor will be an official vendor at this year’s Fun Fun Fun Fest–which is bigger than ever in terms of lineup and sheer size!  They have moved it to Auditorium Shores and now made it a 3 full-day festival–that’s over 10,000 people per day that could learn about A2A!

We will have a booth there all 3 days (Friday, November 4-Sunday November 6) and to celebrate this momentous occasion we have created a monumental raffle.  We present to you, our FundFundFundRaiser Raffle!  Just a stone’s throw from Auditorium Shores is South Congress, one of Austin’s greatest districts. We have received some fabulous donations from our South Congress favorites totaling at over $500!  Entrants will have 2 chances to win:

24 Hours in SoCo PrizeOne winner will get a one night stay in a suite at the Hotel San Jose($290), dinner at Botticelli’s ($100), breakfast at Magnolia Cafe ($30), and a gift card to shop atStag ($50). (While we encourage the 24 hours of revelry approach–you can use each one separately, too.)

The Impeccable Snack PrizeOne winner will receive a gift card to Snack Bar ($20) & a stunning necklace from The Impeccable Pig ($32)

(Psst…we may even add a few more to the list…)

We are going to be selling $5 raffle tickets at Fun Fun Fun Fest and a limited amount to our supporters who can’t attend.  We would love your support, so please call, email, Facebook, tweet or speak to your favorite volunteer (or just respond to this email and we’ll take care of you) and let them know how many tickets you want before we run out of the early access tickets!  This set of early tickets will only be on sale until November 4, when we take it to the fest.  Winners will be announced on Monday, November 7.

Prizes aside, what’s most important to note is that, as always, 100% of the proceeds will go directly toward our Community Training Center project to build a community education & teacher dormitory space for the village of Cham Resh. The recent flooding in Cambodia is a serious reminder that real people are facing very real and scary problems. It’s villages like Cham Resh that desperately need durable structures to hold community meetings, classes, and house teachers while they are isolated from the outside world for months at a time.

 

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