KIA Soul Raffle
To Wednesday 28 June 2017
Celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday in a new 2017 KIA Soul, courtesy of Port Dover Lion’s Club and Port Dover KIA
To celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday, the Port Dover Lion’s Club and Port Dover KIA have partnered to raffle a brand new 2017 KIA Soul to one lucky winner, and a second prize of a SAMSUNG 55” 4k UHD Television
The raffle draw will be held on June 28th 2017, with the winner being announced at the Port Dover Canada Day Calumpthium Parade on Saturday, July 1, 2017.
“We look forward to celebrating our nation’s 150th birthday and we’re hoping our community will take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to drive away in a new car generously donated by Port Dover KIA, while supporting the Lion’s Club and our local hospital,” says Dr. John Hall, president of Port Dover Lion’s Club. “This could be our largest fundraiser yet and we don’t want you to miss out, since there will be a maximum of a 1,000 tickets available.
Tickets are available now and can be purchased from:
- Port Dover Maple Leaf, located at 351 Main St. in Port Dover
- Port Dover KIA, located at 167 Hamilton Plank Rd. in Port Dover
- Port Dover Lion’s Club booth, located at the Silver Lake Farmers Market, open Saturdays 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- All Port Dover Lion’s Club members
“Port Dover KIA recognizes the endless fundraising efforts that our local Port Dover Lion’s Club continually demonstrate to better our community. We all benefit from the money raised through fundraisers hosted by our Lion’s Club and we’re happy to provide a brand new 2017 KIA Soul for raffle,” says Kelly Fulsom, owner of Port Dover KIA.
As part of the raffle, there will be early bird draws:
February 11th 2017, $350.00 Certificate for David’s Restaurant, Elements Day Spa and Links at Dover Coast. 168 New Lakeshore Road, Port Dover, ON
April 15th 2017 for a $200 Certificate to Lago Trattoria Restaurant, 301 Main Street, Port Dover, ON
Each ticket will be $100 and all proceeds of the raffle will benefit the Norfolk General Hospital’s Building a Better Hospital campaign. The $13 million campaign will fund a project to revitalize, renovate and expand the Obstetrical Unit, Minimally Invasive Surgery and Surgical Day Care areas.
“The Foundation is so appreciative of the support from the Port Dover Lion’s Club. Together, our community can build better healthcare for everyone in Norfolk County,” says Julie Powell, Director of Development at Norfolk General Hospital Foundation.