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Congratulations to C. David Burnside of Mechanicsville, the winner of this year’s Harley Davidson raffle and the proud new owner of a 2016 Harley Davidson Street Glide Special. The winning ticket number was 2523; it was sold by Emily Clarke at Richmond Harley Davidson. Special thanks to the Hanover Sheriff’s Office for organizing the fundraiser.


The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Virginia will host two statewide raffles this year, one featuring a 2016 Harley Davidson Street Glide Special Motorcycle; the second featuring a 2016 Indian Dark Horse Motorcyle. Details on each raffle are below.

Harley Davidson Raffle

The Hanover County Sheriff’s Office coordinates this raffle and helps ensure that tickets are sold at several large events like NASCAR races and Harley Davidson Open Houses. $20 tickets are sold throughout the year until the winner is drawn; this year's drawing will be Sept. 24, 2016 at Richmond Harley Davidson (12200 Harley Club Drive in Ashland). 

Agencies and departments are invited to sell raffle tickets at local fundraising events, to colleagues and friends, and at other events throughout the year. Only 3,000 tickets are sold and every agency/department gets credited for any tickets that they sell. For consignment tickets, please e-mail Lt. Kerri Freis with the Hanover County Sheriff's Office, who coordinates the Harley Davidson Raffle for the Law Enforcement Torch Run. To purchase individual raffle tickets, please email Pam McClure or call her at 804.726.3027. Please note we can only sell tickets to Virginia residents. 

 

  • To access the 2016 Harley Davidson Raffle Permit, please click here.
  • To access the 2016 Harley Davidson Raffle Flyer, please click here
  • To access the 2016 Raffle Deposit Summary, click here
  • To access the House Raffle Rules, please click here.

 

Indian Motorcycle Raffle


The Bristol City Police Department coordinates this raffle and helps ensure that tickets are sold at several large events like NASCAR races and Indian Motorcycle Open Houses. $20 tickets are sold throughout the year until the winner is drawn; this year's drawing will be October 22, 2016, at Friendship Motorsports (2033 West State St. Bristol VA 24201).

 

Agencies and departments are invited to sell raffle tickets at local fundraising events, to colleagues and friends, and at other events throughout the year. Only 3,000 tickets are sold and every agency/department gets credited for any tickets that they sell. For consignment tickets, please e-mail Ofc. Eddie O’Dell with the Bristol Police Department, who coordinates the Indian Motorcycle Raffle for the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Please note we can only sell tickets to Virginia residents.

 

  • To access the 2016 Indian Motorcycle Raffle Permit, please click here.
  • To access the 2016 Indian Motorcycle Raffle Flyer, please click here.
  • To access the 2016 Raffle Deposit Summary, click here.
  • To access the House Raffle Rules, please click here.

 

 


 

Torch Run agencies interested in conducting a raffle to benefit Special Olympics should e-mail Kim D’Errico, Special Olympics Virginia’s Vice President of Finance, or call her at 804.726.3038. Please note that a raffle is defined as paying to play a game of chance for a prize.



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