Time is running out. Less than two weeks left to win a trip to Vegas for 4 and a stay at the Venetian Hotel! Buy your tickets now by calling 708-425-6867, or visit Park Lawn, located at 10833 S. LaPorte in Oak Lawn.
What: Tickets are on sale for Park Lawn’s Venetian Hotel Trip for Four Raffle with the winner receiving an Italian themed escape for 4 days and 3 nights.
The trip would include 2 luxurious suites at the Venetian Hotel – Las Vegas, outdoor gondola ride, a visit to Madame Tussaud's Interactive Wax Attraction, spectacular dinner at a Venetian Hotel restaurant, a popular Vegas show of your choice, and 4 round trip Southwest airfare and hotel-airport transfers.
Park Lawn’s Trip for 4 to the Venetian Hotel raffle tickets cost $100 each and only 500 tickets will be sold. This trip is transferable to another destination up to a $4,500.
When: The Venetian Hotel Trip for Four Park Lawn raffle drawing will take place on Saturday, February 16, 2013.
Where: The drawing will take place at the DoubleTree Hotel in Alsip during Park Lawn’s “A Rhapsody in Blue” live and silent auction. Tickets to the auction are sold separately. Winner need not be present to win. Tickets and more information are available by calling 708-425-6867, or visit Park Lawn located at 10833 S. LaPorte in Oak Lawn.
Who: Local non-profit organization Park Lawn Association provides residential and vocational support through a total of 12 facilities throughout the South Suburbs of Chicago for more than 450 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Why: The raffle proceeds will benefit the Park Lawn programs and services provided to hundreds of individuals with developmental disabilities. It is the vision of Park Lawn’s Board of Directors, families and staff to be well recognized in our field and the community for our quality programs, expert and caring staff, and dedicated volunteers. This will be accomplished while reducing the reliance on state funding from 75% to 50% of our budget. Park Lawn’s mission is to provide services that promote independence, choice and access to community living for people with developmental disabilities.