An exciting and highly valuable raffle is being organized in order to benefit the construction of the Irish American Museum in Washington, DC.
For just $100, you can purchase your chance to win one of two prizes which together are worth over $16,000. Only 500 tickets will be issued, so make sure you get yours soon!
First prize includes a deluxe 8 day / 7 night trip for 2 to Ireland. One night’s accommodation wil be hosted at Ashford Castle and will include dinner for two. Then, five days four nights accommodation will be hosted at Dromoland Castle with dinner for 2 for 1 night, rental car for 7 days and round trip business class airfare for two (value $13,400.00). Open travel plans, but must travel by 12/31/2012. For more information about the accommodations, visit www.ashford.ie and www.dromoland.ie
Second prize includes another luxury getaway for a 3 day / 2 night spa package for 2 people in Hawley, PA, redeemable at Woodloch. Lodge includes Veranda Deluxe room, 3 gourmet meals daily, use of all spa and fitness facilities, scheduled group fitness classes, lectures and cooking demonstrations, scheduled guided group adventure excursions, personal spa concierge, and daily spa service allowance of $120.00 (value $2,300.00). For more information about the accommodations at Woodloch, visit woodloch.com.
Tickets can be purchased online at IrishAmericanMuseumDC.org. The drawing for the raffle and a reception will be hosted in Stamford, CT on April 22nd.
The proposal for the Irish American Museum in Washington, DC is to fund, build, stock, staff and endow a Museum in America’s capitol, in order to recognize and honor the history and contributions of the Irish in America. The Museum will serve as a repository for the artifacts and memories of the Irish in America, and will collect written and oral histories from Irish Americans. Audio, visual and written materials will be published to document and teach the history and contributions of Irish in America. The museum will honor all those who claim Irish and Scots-Irish ancestry.
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