Win one-of-a-kind Cowboy Festival buckle

The BC Cowboy Heritage Society are holding two fundraiser raffles to coincide with their Kamloops Cowboy Festival, Mar. 7 - 9

The BC Cowboy Heritage Society are holding two fundraiser raffles to coincide with their Kamloops Cowboy Festival, Mar. 7 – 9.

The 2013 Commemorative Belt Buckle Raffle has become a favourite annual raffle. The winner will receive a solid silver, custom handmade, one of a kind 2013 Kamloops Cowboy Festival commemorative belt buckle valued at about $750, and made by Merritt silversmith Richard Tenisch.  There are only 300 tickets printed for this raffle and they’re $10 each.  An example of a GreyWolf Metal Art firepit – the raffle prize will have different art work.

The second fundraiser raffle offers two prizes;  the first prize is a custom made metal screened firepit donated by GreyWolf Metal Art and valued at $750,  and the second prize winner will receive two weekend passes for the 2014 Kamloops Cowboy Festival and three nights accommodation at the Ramada Kamloops Hotel.  There are only 900 tickets printed for this raffle and they sell at three tickets for $10.

Tickets can be found at the Star/Journal in Barriere, or can be purchased at the Festival.


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