Drawing is 13 January
Proceeds Benefit: Richard Winters Leadership Project
Winner and guest will enjoy 2 tickets to the AFC Divisional Playoff Game at Gillette Stadium where the N.E. Patriots will take on the Jets; (January 16, 2011, Kickoff at 4:30 PM)
Winner and guest will enjoy 2 pregame field passes to game (Valid only for pregame access to the above referenced game)
Winner will receive 1 night hotel accomodations at the Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel (January 16, 2011, single room, double occupancy)
Winner will receive 2 round trip coach ticket vouchers on Southwest Airlines (Valid for one year from date of issue)
Winner will receive a $250 allowance for ground transportation and other expenses
Winner will receive a football autographed by NFL Hall of Fame Guard and Patriots Legend John Hannah
Winner will recieve a photo autographed by New York Jets Quarterback, Mark Sanchez
Winner will receive a Band of Brothers baseball bat autographed by legendary Easy Company veterans Wild Bill Guarnere and Babe Heffron
Winner will receive a cash prize in the amount of $605.00 to mitigate the Winner's tax liability that results from winning the raffle. This prize is withheld and paid, on behalf of the Winner, directly to the IRS ($600.00) and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ($105)
Sadly, 92 year old Major Richard Winters (Retired) passed away on Sunday, January 2, 2011. With the success of HBO's "Band of Brothers", then Lt. Richard Winters became the face of the young officer corps that hit the beaches of Normandy and fought on D Day. Similarly, and also as a result of the HBO Series, the men of Easy Company became the faces of the thousands of American enlisted men who fought that same day and through the remainder of the war in Europe. The men of Easy Company, who themselves are not much younger than Major Winters, had hoped to honor him, and the many officers and enlisted men who fought along side them that day, while Major Winters was still alive. Now, the Richard Winters Leadership Project, which was authorized by Major Winters and his family, will stand as a final tribute to all of the officers and men who fought on D Day. The project calls for a modest statue of Lt. Winters in Normandy that will honor all of the officers that lead the troops on D Day, with a list of all of the Military Divisions that partcipated in the battle inscribed in the base of the statue to account for and honor all the men who served America on D Day. The people of France have generously donated the land for the statue and are paying for many of the costs associated with construction. Easy Company just needs to raise the funds for the statue itself. If you would like to join the men of Easy Company in honoring Major Winters and the many officers and enlisted men who fought on D Day, please enter the raffle and in turn you could be enjoying a great AFC Playoff Series Experience.
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