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Win a 2024 Harley Davidson Fat Boy
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By Firefighter Rick Feist
June 6, 2024

Hughesville Volunteer Fire Department & EMS will be raffling off a 2024 HD Fat Boy.

https://go.rallyup.com/hd-fatboy

396 tickets left $50.00 a Ticket

The Harley Davidson Fat Boy Motorcycle is displayed at All American Harley Davidson in Hughesville.

Once all tickets are sold, the winner will be drawn Live on Hughesville’s Facebook page.

The winner can take $12,500.00 cash instead of a motorcycle.

After the drawing, the winning individual will be contacted to arrange to pick up Motorcycle.

You will not receive an individual number but an email confirmation once a ticket is purchased.

You must be 18 years of age to play.

The winner must pick up motorcycle at All-American Harley-Davidson in Hughesville, MD.

All taxes, Tag, and Title will be paid in full by Hughesville VFDEMS.

The out-of-state winner is responsible for picking up the motorcycle.

Tickets are non-refundable.

Tickets can only be purchased online.

If you do not receive an email, please check your junk folder. Emails are occasionally slow, but once you receive an order number, your purchase is successful.

If you don’t claim your winning within 30 days, the item will become the property of Hughesville Volunteer Fire Department.
Share with your friends and family; the faster the tickets sell, the sooner the prize will be drawn. A live drawing will be held when the last ticket is sold.

PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE PROCEEDS FROM THESE RAFFLES GO TOWARDS FUEL IN OUR TRUCKS, THE LIGHTS ON IN OUR STATION, AND THE PURCHASE OF THE APPROPRIATE SAFETY GEAR FOR OUR FIRST RESPONDERS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

IN THE EVENT THE RAFFLE SALES SLOW DOWN OR CEASE, THE FIRE COMPANY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO EITHER REFUND ALL SALES OR HAVE 2ND CHANCE RAFFLES TO FINISH THE MAIN RAFFLE AT THE FIRE COMPANY DISCRETION.


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