SASKATCHEWAN, April 12, 2017 — Time is running out to purchase your tickets to get in on The Lung Association, Saskatchewan’s Share The Air Raffle early bird prize draw for the trip of a lifetime. Ticket deadline for your dream vacation, valued at $8,500 or choose the $8,000 payout option, is midnight on April 21st with the draw taking place on Friday, April 28, 2017 at their provincial office in Saskatoon.
“The air that we breathe is our greatest physical interaction with our environment and is essential to lung health,” says Susan Cron, President and CEO of The Lung Association, Saskatchewan. “Breathing is our primary focus and through our programs and services we are protecting lung health in our province and helping our residents with lung disease. We are inviting the residents of our great province to support the Share The Air Raffle and share our vision of improving lung health one breath at a time.”
Order your tickets online or by calling 1-888-566-LUNG (during business hours) or 1-866-955-6886 (24-hour raffle hotline). Tickets are $35 each, two for $60, or five for $100. Please note that only 16,000 tickets will be sold so get yours today! Prizes to be drawn at the grand prize draw on June 9, 2017 include:
Up to $115,000 tax-free cash (based on 25% of gross ticket sales)
1 – $5,500 Tour Package Voucher or $5,000 pay out
10 Sony Blu-ray DVD Players with WiFi and Smart Features
10 Sony 3D Blu-ray DVD Players with WiFi and Smart Features
12 VIDI On the Go 1080p Camcorder/Cameras
3 Bose SoundLink Around Ear Bluetooth Headphones
3 Bose Soundsport In Ear Bluetooth Headphones
1 Hillberg & Berk Sparkle Ball Set
10 Monster Bluetooth Wireless Speakers
2 $1000 cash prizes
10 $200 Sears Canada gift cards
20 $200 MasterCard gift cards
All tickets are eligible for all prizes with the exception of the $1,555 bonus cash draw reserved for five-pack ticket purchasers.
Lottery License #LR16-0096 – intended for Saskatchewan residents only
About The Lung Association
Breathe. It’s what unites us. It’s what inspires us. And it’s what keeps us pushing ahead— whether it’s searching for cures to lung diseases, teaching our children about the dangers of tobacco, or fighting for clean air. The Canadian Lung Association is the leading organization in Canada working to promote lung health and prevent and manage lung disease. We do this by funding vital research, pushing for improved treatments, going to bat for smarter policies, and helping patients manage their health.