Annual Draw Latest: €16,000 surpassed

Annual draw ticket sales have hit a fantastic €16,000 with five weeks to go until the draw date.
 
The increase of €4,000 in the last week has provided a signifcant boost as the draw meter continues to rise.
 
Books already sold can be returned to the club this Saturday at the game against Bohemians. 
 
Prizes for the 2013 Sligo Rovers Annual Draw include one lucky winner set to claim €5,000 in this year's drawing.
 
The fundraiser, which raised €54,000 in 2012 as a massive contribution to last season's success, began in April.
 
The top prize of €5,000 is complimented with a variety of runner-up prizes.
 
Tickets are available to purchase online here http://www.sligorovers.com/shop/category/tickets.
 
 
Prize two is one night B&B for two people in the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin.
 
Prize three is two nights B&B and one Evening Meal in the Mespil Hotel, Dublin, for two people
 
Prize four is two nights B&B and one Evening Meal in the Clarion Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin.
 
Prize five is two nights B&B in the Marantha Guest House, Belfast, and tickets for the Titanic Quarter for two people.
 
Prize six is a Sligo Rovers season ticket for 2014.
 
Prize seven is two premium level tickets for Republic of Ireland v Sweden on 6 September in the Aviva Stadium.
 
The draw will take place on Saturday 13th July and all proceeds go directly to Sligo Rovers Football Club. 

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