Here’s how a life of luxuries could be yours…
You’ve always dreamt of having a new car, home, or even a lump of cash. Who doesn’t?
But believe it or not, now you have the opportunity to win one of the items listed above just by buying tickets for the Hometown Heroes Lottery. It’s simple.
As an added plus, you’ll be helping two terrific foundations and causes at the same time: the VGH Hospital Foundation and the BC Professional Firefighters’ Burn Fund. So it’s a win-win situation when you think about it.
Plus, you’ll be playing to win more than 3,100 prizes that are worth more than $3.4 million. This includes expensive real estate, cars, trips and more – plus, there’s the Early Bird Draw, which you can get it if you order your Hometown Heroes Lottery tickets by midnight, Thursday, June 29.
We’ve compiled a list of the top prizes you could win in the Hometown Heroes Lottery.
The Early Bird Draw (choose one prize):
- A ’12 Years of Travel’ package (worth $120,000)
- A 2017 Tesla Model X (worth $135,000)
- $105,000 tax-free cash
The Grand Prize Draw (choose one of six prizes):
- $2.1 million tax-free cash
- A $2.5 million package, with home choices in White Rock, Ocean Park (South Surrey), condos in Vancouver and Richmond, Gyro Beach (Kelowna) or an Ocean Cottage condo at SookePoint (Vancouver Island)
Photos above are from this year’s ocean-view Grand Prize home in White Rock, on Maple Street.
You’re probably thinking it’s too good to be true, but nope – any of these prizes could be yours by simply entering to play the Hometown Heroes Lottery.
To be eligible to win, simply order your tickets before midnight on Thursday, June 29 (the Early Bird deadline). Ticket prices start at as little as $15 for 50/50 PLUS draw for two tickets, and it’s super easy to purchase them online.
The patio at Gyro Beach, Kelowna Grand Prize condo.
For more information on the incredible prizes that you could win and the organizations you’ll be supporting, visit the Hometown Heroes Lottery online.
This is a sponsored posts originally published and written by DailyHive Vancouver.