Special Olympics Raffle Offers Chance To Attend Penn State-Northwestern Game In Chicago
The Pennsylvania Special Olympics has a Penn State-themed raffle going on right now that offers the opportunity to cheer on the Nittany Lions next season in one of America’s greatest cities.
Supported by the Paterno family, each $50 ticket gives you a chance to win an all expenses paid trip to Chicago to watch the Penn State-Northwestern game next fall while helping a great charity. The package includes the following perks:
- Trip Dates are Thursday, November 5 – Sunday, November 8
- Air Transportation for 4 from Harrisburg to Chicago (departure city can be changed for a major hub)
- Round-trip airport/hotel transfers
- 2 Room Hotel Accommodations at the Embassy Suites Chicago Lakefront
- From Thursday, November 5 – Sunday, November 8
- Hotel pre-registration and baggage handling
- Daily breakfast buffet
- Evening Manager’s Reception
- Round-trip hotel/stadium transfer to and from the game on November 7
- Official Penn State Alumni Association & Nittany Lion Club Pep Rally
- Four reserved seats game tickets
- Souvenir Name ID & Lanyard
- Travel Host and Hotel Hospitality Desk
- Taxes and Gratuities on all included items
- Detailed trip information booklet
The winner will be selected on June 6 at the closing ceremonies of the Special Olympics Pennsylvania’s Summer Games, and you do not need to be present to win.
As you’re probably aware, the Paterno family is a big Special Olympics supporter and hosts the Paterno Family Beaver Stadium Run for its benefit every spring. Sue Paterno offered her support in an email to Onward State.
“We have a win-win opportunity for you,” Sue Paterno wrote. “PA Special Olympics is selling raffle tickets to the Northwest game for four; all proceeds go to fund athletes to participate in Summer Games at Penn State.”
You can check out the raffle website to learn more and purchase tickets.
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