Everyone is encouraged to purchase raffle tickets before and during the first quarter of Crimson home games. Tickets will be sold at a table near the concession stand. At the end of first quarter, one ticket will be drawn, giving the owner one chance to attempt a 25 yard field goal.
Successful Crimson Kick field goals will be rewarded with a 42-inch flat screen TV, courtesy of Americana Community Bank, the Bank of the Crimson. Proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Maple Grove Crimson Football team. Don Kreye, Crimson Football parent and volunteer Crimson Kick coordinator, said, “I’m looking forward to this new Crimson partnership. Thanks to the generosity of ACB and this fundraiser, the Crimson Football program will benefit and fans will have a great time cheering on the raffle winner!”
Americana Community Bank, chartered in Sleepy Eye, MN, serves both commercial and consumer customers in southern Minnesota and the western suburbs of Minneapolis. Americana Community Bank, Maple Grove, is located near Menards in Maple Grove.
The Maple Grove Patch Readers’ Choice Winner in 2012, Americana Community Bank (ACB) is a full-service community bank providing down-to-earth consumer and commercial financial services in Maple Grove, Sleepy Eye, Chanhassen, and Minnetonka, Minn. Chartered in 1881 as The State Bank of Sleepy Eye, ACB has actively participated in and supported the communities it serves for more than 131 years. Adam Dittrich, ACB President/CEO, was named a Rising Star banker by North-Western Financial Review in July 2012.