San Antonio, TX — A raffle being conducted by the charitable organization Trinity Oaks is giving hunters an opportunity to win one of two valuable prizes, while helping make it possible for wounded veterans and children to experience hunting, fishing, and other outdoor adventures.
First prize in the raffle is a customized Ford Top Drive truck known as “The Beast.” This ultimate hunting vehicle is equipped with everything you could need for a day afield – even a barbecue grill! The customized vehicle is valued at $120,000.
Second prize is a Krieghoff rifle in the winner’s choice of caliber. This fine rifle is valued at $10,000.
Raffle tickets cost $100. Only 1000 tickets will be sold, so ticket-buyers have an exceptional chance of winning one of these valuable prizes.
There are two ways to buy raffle tickets:
Use our PayPal link for a secure payment. Make a $100 payment in the window, and in the “Add special instructions to the seller” section, type “RAFFLE.” The ticket will be mailed to the address registered with your PayPal account.
PayPal link: http://bit.ly/TrinityOaks
Mail a check, payable to “Trinity Oaks,” to:
9385 Miller Lane
San Antonio, TX 78266
In your check’s Memo line, write “$100 Raffle”
All proceeds will go to Trinity Oaks’s wounded veteran programs, youth hunting and fishing programs, and venison and food distribution.
The drawing will be held on October 27 at a wounded veteran’s hunt in Port Mansfield, TX. One of the participating vets will draw the winning tickets. Winners will be contacted via phone, email, and/or certified mail.
Trinity Oaks is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that facilitates hunting, fishing, and outdoor experiences for our nation’s war heroes, as well as providing all-expense-paid dream hunts for terminally ill children. It mentors school groups, underprivileged youth, and physically-challenged kids, sharing with them the traditions of hunting and fishing. Trinity Oaks operates a private meat processing facility and averages a monthly donation of 2,500 pounds of venison to local charities.
For more information on Trinity Oaks, visit our website at http://trinityoaks.org/.