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Win An All-Expense Paid Week at the 2015 WCHS



The ASB Museum’s Annual Victory Pass Raffle is running now through April 9, 2015!

For only $10/ticket, you can purchase the opportunity to win the Grand Prize Package, including:

•A week’s stay at the Crowne Plaza Hotel – Louisville August 20 – 30, 2015
•$500 Food Voucher for the Crowne Plaza Restaurant
•4 Lower Level Box Seats for every performance
•A VIP Parking Pass for the week

Don’t delay – enter now and enter often!  Give yourself a chance to win and help the ASB Museum at the same time.  The prize package is worth over $3,600.00!

Only $10 per ticket – Need not be present to win!

Increase your odds!  Purchase 5 chances for $50 or 10 chances for $100.  There are 2 easy ways to enter:

•Online at https://www.asbmuseum.org/victory-pass-raffle.php
•Call the Museum at 859-259-2746 Ext. 305

The drawing will be held at the Kentucky Spring Premier Horse Show – Friday April 10, 2015 at 2:30 p.m. (before Kentucky State Fair hotel room contracts are due).  All proceeds support the American Saddlebred Museum and are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Transportation and personal expenses are the responsibility of the winner.

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