Win an X2 for a GREAT Cause!!!
This is a great fund raiser that my wife and mother in law champion, and a great way to win a X2 for a year for only $10 per ticket. The Winter Haven Hospital has helped me, Derek Grasman, Jeff House, guys like Parks etc all have spent time in there for various wake related injuries, so let's pull together and help them raise a little money to keep the improvements going!
Huston Motors MasterCraft is passionate about wakeboarding and passionate about raising funds for the Winter Haven Hospital Foundation. Dave & Tim Huston both hit the water every week, skiing, wakeboarding and surfing. They know what fun time on the boat is for the whole family. Dave's son, Brandon, can be found hitting rails around town or trying double half cab rolls at McCormick's Cable park. That's why they wanted to give away a MasterCraft X2 for one year so someone can have the time of their life on the water! All proceeds go to the Winter Haven Hospital Foundation which supports so many of the much needed services that our community depends on. On November 15, 2012 one lucky winner will be handed the keys to a $90,000 MasterCraft X2 for a year of fun in the sun and the winning ticket cost is only $10.00!
The Winter Haven Hospital Foundation is a not-for-profit organization governed by a volunteer board of trustees made up of regional civic and business leaders who serve without pay or compensation. The Foundation provides philanthropic support to Winter Haven Hospital, the Regency Center for Women & Infants and the many other services our not-for-profit organization offers to the communities we serve. Foundation funds support state-of-the art medical care, cutting-edge technology and equipment, top quality education and the best and brightest personnel. Contributions to the Foundation reach far beyond our walls. Gifts to the Foundation touch every facet of our community by facilitating outreach programs, support groups, charity care and health fairs.
Over the years, community philanthropy has played a significant and critical role in Winter Haven Hospitalís growth and success. With generous investments from our community our organization established the Bostick Heart Center, the Cassidy Cancer Center, the Center for Urology and the Robotics Institute, a nationally accredited Stroke Center and the nationally accredited Joy-Fuller Rehab Center.
The Foundation raises Funds through several mechanisms including Winter Haven Hospitalís Annual Fund in support of our patients, a major gifts program, leadership campaigns, planned giving, and special events. Every contribution no matter how large or small helps make our vital services possible. Because of our life giving mission at Winter Haven Hospital, the Foundation offers donors tangible results for their tax deductible investment. As you browse our website, we hope to illustrate a sample of what the Foundation is doing every day to help improve the lives of our patients, staff, physicians, and communities
It's no secret that Winter Haven has always been a hot bed for watersports. From the early days of skiing to the radical moves of todayís wakeboarders, the community of Winter Haven has always been stacked with talent. It is also no secret that the Winter Haven Hospital Foundation is one of the most progressive benefits in the state of Florida. Combine these forces with the philanthropic brothers from Huston Motors MasterCraft and magic will happen! On November 15, 2012 one lucky winner will be handed the keys to a $90,000 MasterCraft X2 for a year of fun in the sun and the winning ticket cost is only $10.00!
Drawing will be held on 11/15/2012 at the Winter Haven Hospital Foundation Gala.
Winner does not need to be present to win.
An official ticket is required to claim prize. Official ticket will be mailed to the provided address when purchasing tickets online.
Typical lease and purchase terms apply.
Must qualify with approved credit.
Winner to provide insurance.
Winner is responsible for all taxes associated with acceptance of prize.
US residents only
For a year...?
A good cause none the less
Wait...$90K for an X2?
I know I've been away from the boat scene for a few years now, but WTF. :confused:
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