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Rotary RT puts 2015 Nissan car up for raffle

- Delta Petroleum main platinum sponsor for the promotion
Some lucky person who would have purchased a ticket for $10 from Rotary Club of Road Town will be smiling for Christmas with this 2015 Nissan Xtrail. Photo: VINO
President of the Rotary Club of Road Town Shan Mohamed broke the news of the raffle earlier today to this news site. Photo: VINO
President of the Rotary Club of Road Town Shan Mohamed broke the news of the raffle earlier today to this news site. Photo: VINO
ROAD TOWN, TORTOLA, VI – Tomorrow’s event (October 17, 2014) in the parking lot beside One Stop Mall the Rotary Club of Road Town (RT) in collaboration with their platinum sponsors of which Delta Petroleum is the main will be unveiling what they dub the club’s biggest promotion for the year.

It is a raffle which will see persons winning a number of big dollar prizes, the biggest of which will be drawn on December 24, 2014.

“This is our major fund raiser and I am particularly pleased that we have gone back to raffling a car as opposed to do a cash raffle. I believe that this particular year we have chosen the right vehicle… it’s a 2015 Nissan Xtrail,” said President of the Club Shan Mohamed.

He noted that approximately ten years ago the club had given away a car in a raffle so it is not a new venture. However they felt that returning to such an initiative will be the answer to the need of a lucky winner.

The launch for tomorrow is said to be one that will be filled with lots of fun and frolic as it is the first time the car would be available physically to the public for viewing.

Mohamed said that in addition to the December 24 grand draw for the car two lucky persons will walk away with cash incentives on the first week in November and December respectively.

On the spot at the time of speaking with this news site was LIME’s Kareem Nelson-Hull who said that the launch of the raffle coincides with major happenings in the LIME BVI circle.

LIME is one of the Platinum Sponsors for the general activities of the Rotary Club of Road Town. “I can say that being a part of Rotary’s year theme which is Light up Rotary, is one of the best investments that we have done, we love the events that they are doing and we are excited about the car raffle tomorrow...We like the way that Rotary is thinking by giving people gifts that they actually need,” said Nelson-Hull.

Funds generated from the raffle are expected to assist the club to expand and continue projects for the benefit of the Territory.


7 Responses to “Rotary RT puts 2015 Nissan car up for raffle”

  • farmer brown (16/10/2014, 16:51) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Way to go yall
  • yellow (16/10/2014, 20:32) Like (0) Dislike (10) Reply
    Looks like a cheap car
  • Truth (16/10/2014, 22:37) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Retails for $33k
  • LaLa (17/10/2014, 06:19) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
    Cheap car!!! Where is the Range Rover Bevis. Thats not your style
  • Yes (21/10/2014, 15:41) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    how I could buy a raffle ticket
  • bert (21/10/2014, 16:49) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Why you people talking about cheap car? Maybe some of you don't have a bicycle leave alone a car. I wish I could win it. Just hope that the gas companies notice that gas is going down rapidly. Today in New York $2.89 per gallon. I need to afford to buy gas for my new car.

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