5th Annual Common Hope Golf Classic

COMMON HOPE HELICOPTER BALL DROP

AUGUST 4, 2014 – 5:30 PM

$1,000 GRAND PRIZE

$25 per ticket with no limit on how many you can purchase 

Only 300 balls will be sold!

RESERVE YOUR RAFFLE TICKETS

Don’t miss your opportunity to take part in an exciting activity at this year’s 5th Annual Common Hope Golf Classic, featuring Rich Gannon. To participate, purchase a ticket to enter the raffle. Your ticket number will be matched to number placed on a golf ball, which will be dropped by a helicopter over a golf green after you return from your day on the course. Only 300 balls will be dropped and the ticket holder with the ball that goes in the hole, or the ball that is closest to the hole, will win $1,000! If two balls go in or are equal distance to the hole, the prize will be split.

You do not need to be present to win! All proceeds from the raffle will go to support the education of students in Guatemala.

Tickets can be reserved online through our website here. Reserve the number of tickets you would like to purchase and pay for the tickets the day of the tournament at registration. Tickets cannot be purchased online due to MN gambling restrictions.

If there are still tickets available on August 4, 2014, they can be purchased at the golf tournament at reception.

Tickets can be purchased by cash, check, debit card payment, and by money order. If you’d like to purchase your tickets in person, you can do so by stopping by our St. Paul office at:

1400 Energy Park Drive, Suite 23
Saint Paul, MN 55108

For any questions regarding the raffle, please contact Michelle d’Almeida at michelled@us.commonhope.org or call (651)-287-0717.

The Helicopter drop will be conducted by Common Hope staff. If it is determined that the helicopter drop cannot occur due to weather or other unforeseeable conditions, a drawing will be held to determine the winning number. As soon as all balls have come to rest the measurement will be conducted. The ball that is in or closest to the cup will be determined to be the winner. In the event that two balls are exactly the same distance to the hole, the prize will be split between both participants. In the event that a ball lands in the hole, it will be determined to be the winner, if more than one ball lands in the hole, the prize will be split between all participants whose ball landed in the hole.