Bruins announce details of new fundraiser

The Estevan Bruins have announced the details for a new fundraiser in the community.

The Certified Energy Services Chase the Ace draw is a progressive jackpot that will start at $3,500, with draws every Saturday night at 8:15 p.m. on Facebook Live from The Beef Bar.

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Tickets are $5 each and can be purchased by contacting the Bruins office, or via e-transfer at payment@estevanbruins.com.

Each week, one person will win 20 per cent of that week’s total sales. The Estevan Bruins get 50 per cent of that week’s sales and 30 per cent of that week’s sales go into the progressive jackpot.

The weekly winner will then get a chance to draw from a deck of cards. If they draw the ace of spades, they win the total jackpot. If not, that card is destroyed and the progressive jackpot carries over to next week.

You do not need to be present to win the draw each week, as a proxy will be used to draw the card if the winning purchaser is not in attendance. All winners will be contacted following the draw.

The first draw date is Jan. 16 and the final possible draw date is June 5. The maximum prize to be won is $50,000.

 

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