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Big Raffle During Last Production

Big Raffle During Last Production

Enter for your chance to win nice prizes

To help raise additional funds to cover the many expenses of running a theatre, the Summer Place is holding a big raffle during the run of the last summer show, Anything Goes.

Board member and Box Office Manager Susan Vulich has outdone herself! She worked with local businesses to provide some very nice items for our patrons to go after, like an autographed Cubs baseball, dinners around Naperville, and a big screen TV. 

Here's how you play.

  1. Attend one of the performances of Anything Goes, running July 28 through August 6, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 and Sundays at 3:00.
  2. Buy some raffle tickets. $5 for a ticket, $10 for 3, and $20 for 10. Plus, buy a batch of 10 and get an extra, special ticket. More on that in a moment.
  3. Look through the many baskets Susan put together and decide which you'd like to win. Put your name and phone number on your tickets, then drop as many tickets on that item as you want. Like other items? Drop tickets on them too!
  4. The tickets will accumulate for each basket throughout the run of the show. There's an extra, special basket made for each night, which includes among other things, 2 season tickets for next year's shows! Try for that basket. People buying $20 worth of tickets get an automatic chance at that basket. Winner is announced after intermission each show.
  5. After our last performance on Sunday August 6, we'll announce the winners. Those present can take them home. Those not will be contacted.

 

Take a look at what you could win...

 

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