Red Sox at Fenway Park – $5

July 3rd, 2009

Red Sox Raffle Fund Raiser

Red Sox

Imagine seeing the Red Sox at Fenway park for 5 bucks ($5). It’s unheard of these days. But that’s exactly what we’re offering. So what’s the catch? Well… for $5 AND a little luck, you could find yourself cheering for the Sox from your own seat in Fanway Park. But even if luck isn’t on your side, you’ll be helping out a great cause. This is just one of the fund raisers The Alumni and Friends of Lynn Classical High School Inc. holds  each year to help raise money for scholarships.

The Alumni and Friends of Lynn Classical High School are giving away a pair of Red Sox tickets to one lucky winner. Each donation of $5.00 is eligible for an entry in the drawing.

  • $5 donation = one entry
  • $10 donation = two entries
  • $15 donation = three entries
  • and so on.

Game Details

2 TICKETS to RED SOX VS L.A. ANGELS
LOGE BOX 101 SEATS VALUED AT $170.00

GAME: SEPTEMBER 16, 2009 – 7:05 P.M.

Eligibility:

DRAWING TO BE HELD SEPTEMBER 9, 2009
All donations made on or before Friday, September 4th are eligible for entry in the drawing.

How To Donate


Call

GERALDINE STAFFORD 781-599-7685
OR
LAURA DURANT 781-477-7409 X2221

Your entry tickets can be hand delivered**, or picked up.
Please provide a valid residential address for delivery.

**Hand delivery can be provided for the local North Shore area.

4 Responses to “Red Sox at Fenway Park – $5”

  1. Jennifer Allenon 03 Jul 2009 at 12:18 pm

    Hi.. I would love to purchase some tickets.. I could also help sell them at work if you want me to . I work at Verizon and people love to buy tickets.. lmao.. call me 781 910-4255 or email me to let me know. I could meet up with you somewhere..

    Jenn

  2. Geraldine Staffordon 09 Jul 2009 at 9:28 pm

    Jen, good luck with your tickets

  3. Maureen OBrienon 10 Jul 2009 at 11:10 am

    Too bad you couldn’t add paypal ordering online for us out of area.

  4. Ed Staffordon 13 Jul 2009 at 11:01 am

    Maureen,
    We did have a paypal link set up for this, but unfortunately, PayPal ordered us to remove it because they said it was a violation of their terms of use. They consider “Raffle” tickets sold online to be a form of gambling/lottery which is a violation of their terms.

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