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Just passing along information for a good cause (we love doing that here at Sports of Boston). Two fans can win courtside seats to Game 4 of the NBA Finals at the TD Garden and meet Celtics legend Cedric Maxwell by entering a raffle for a good cause.
Details from the press release are listed below:
(Andover, MA) – June 3, 2010 – Two courtside tickets to game four of the 2010 NBA finals are being raffled off at www.netraffle.org. The grand prize includes two tickets to game four of the 2010 NBA Finals, photo opportunity with Boston Celtics legend Cedric Maxwell, as well as a Boston Celtics team autographed basketball. Proceeds from the raffle will benefit Health & Education Services, Inc (HES) in their battle to help children suffering from addiction, physical abuse and depression.
- Winner receives two tickets to game four of the 2010 NBA Finals (Section 12 Row A Seats 13 & 14. Only thing that separates you from the floor is the media.
- Photo opportunity with Boston Celtics legend Cedric Maxwell
- Autographed Boston Celtics team basketball
The online raffle will take place at www.netraffle.org with tickets costing $2.00 each and a minimum purchase of 5 tickets. This gives every fan a chance to win this amazing prize. The raffle closes on Wednesday, June 9, 2010 at 4:00 p.m. EDT.
Health & Education Services, Inc. (HES) is a private, non-profit agency headquartered in Beverly, Massachusetts. With over 60 programs operating from 25 sites throughout Essex County and the Merrimack Valley, HES helps more than 25,000 clients each year who struggle with difficult life situations. Our wide variety of services promotes the well-being that builds healthy individuals, families, and communities through the integration of quality health, behavioral health, education, and human service programs. We are a unique, community-based network of prevention, intervention, and treatment services. We provide a comprehensive continuum of care for all, especially those whose needs are otherwise unmet. For additional information, please visit our website, www.HEShelps.org