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2020 Nissan Kicks being raffled by BVI Red Cross

- Drawing set for Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2020
A 2020 Nissan Kicks is being raffled by the BVI Red Cross, with the drawing set for Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2020. Photo is not of actual vehicle being raffled. Photo: Santa Maria Nissan
Raffle tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at the Red Cross Office, Burke’s Garage, and CIL. Photo: VINO/File
Raffle tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at the Red Cross Office, Burke’s Garage, and CIL. Photo: VINO/File
The BVI Red Cross Raffle drawing for a 2020 Nissan Kicks will take place at the Caribbean Insurers Ltd (CIL) Courtyard on February 14, 2020. Photo: BVI Red Cross
The BVI Red Cross Raffle drawing for a 2020 Nissan Kicks will take place at the Caribbean Insurers Ltd (CIL) Courtyard on February 14, 2020. Photo: BVI Red Cross
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- The Red Cross Raffle drawing for a 2020 Nissan Kicks will take place at the Caribbean Insurers Ltd (CIL) Courtyard on February 14, 2020.

Director of BVI Red Cross Ms Stacy C. Lloyd said, “We decided to have the raffle on Valentine’s Day to make the event even more special.”

Ms Lloyd continued, “The BVI Red Cross is especially encouraging persons to support the raffle as proceeds go towards supporting supporting the branch strategy in helping the most vulnerable in the British Virgin Islands prepare, respond and recover from crisis”.

Raffle tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at the Red Cross Office, Burke’s Garage, and CIL.

Prizes are assigned based on the ticket level. Ticket prices range from $15 to $25. Bronze tickets cost $15; silver tickets cost $20; and gold tickets cost $25.

Ticket prizes are shown in the following table:

 Image may contain: possible text that says 'Tickets Full Tank of Gas One Year FREE Comprehensive Insurance Coverage Yes Yes New Carpets Free Vehicle Licensing Bronze Three (3) Months Free Gas Full-Up 2x a Month Silver Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Gold No Yes Yes Yes Yes (3 months FREE) Yes Yes Yes (6 months FREE)'

Consolation prizes include a Deluxe Spa Treatment from Solitude Day Spa, gift certificate for a manicure and pedicure from 360 Hair Salon, FREE gas for three months from The Boys Gas Station and a $100 shopping voucher from One Mart Superstore.

For more information, visit the BVI Red Cross office near Treasure Isle or telephone 494-6349 or 344-5056.

The Red Cross Movement is a volunteer based international humanitarian organisation.

The BVI Red Cross was established in 1956.

2 Responses to “2020 Nissan Kicks being raffled by BVI Red Cross”

  • Hmmmm (30/01/2020, 01:03) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    From what I'm hearing people think that most of these Raffles happening are rigged and they already have their owner. Hence public interest is on a fast decline... I myself do believe that some companies and organizations do rigg their raffles but I don't think all of them do. ... I don't think Red Cross would do that.
  • owner (30/01/2020, 16:07) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Say what you want, say what you may, I winning that Jeep. My name is all over it.


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