Naughty or Nice? Let Santa Decide!
All I want for Christmas is a big game tag. A big game tag. A big game tag. All I want for .... ok, now imagine me singing that. Don't do that because your ears might be bleeding if I were to sing it. This isn't about singing though. It's about what you might want to ask Santa for this Christmas.While I might post others, this one has to be one I am going to ask for. Arizona Big Game Raffle tickets! You read it right, a big game raffle. I posted about last years, entered and didn't win anything, I just have to enter again. Here is the info from the email I received. You've got time, but why not ask for this in time for Christmas?
Good luck if you enter! If you do win, let me know and I'll be sure to do a write-up.Now in its 6th year, the AZ Big Game Super Raffle has raised nearly 2.5 million dollars for wildlife management through the sales of the species tickets. All operating expenses have been covered by our sponsors and the sale of raffle tickets for the Swarovski Optics package and the New Mexico Elk Hunt.
Win the chance to hunt for 365 days almost anywhere in the state of Arizona during the 2011-2012 hunting season for one of these species:
Antelope - Black Bear - Buffalo - Coues DeerDesert Bighorn Sheep - Elk - JavelinaMt. Lion - Mule Deer - TurkeyOr one of these prizes:$9700 Swarovski Optics PackageNew Mexico Trophy Elk Hunt
Now more than ever our wildlife need all the help they can get. This affordable raffle not only contributes to that effort, it also gives the average citizen a chance to hunt one of the coveted Arizona Commission Special tags, win the fabulous 5-piece Swarovski optics package valued at over $9700, or a New Mexico Trophy Elk Hunt.
Ticket prices range from $5-$25 each, and can be purchased online at our website. We even have a printable gift certificate that will fit nicely in your loved one's stocking!
Visit our website to order your tickets today!
The public drawing will take place on July 21, 2011 at the Outdoor Experience 4 All banquet at Ashley Manor in Chandler, AZ.