18M&M Foundation Annual Charity Poker Run

18M&M Foundation Annual Charity Poker Run
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Date/Time
Saturday, July 27th 2013
11:00 am

Location
On The Rox

The run will begin at On The Rox on the square in Jacksonville, IL. We have a pre-run party from 11am-2pm. There will be $1 burgers, drink specials, DJ (unless we get a band), prizes, games, and a free bikini bike wash. We leave On The Rox at 2pm. The stops will be:Boatel – Naples, IL
Sleepy’s – Bluffs, IL
Big Daddy’s Doghouse – Winchester, IL
The Triangle – Woodson, ILWe will then return to On The Rox in Jacksonville. We will have a 50/50 drawing and pay out to the high hand and low hand.Around 8pm that night we will draw the winner for our big raffle prize, a NASCAR package for the Geico 500 on Sept 15th. This raffle package includes 4 Finish Line tickets, 4 Checkered Flag passes (food, drinks, meet Dale Jr, and much more), and two hotel rooms for two nights. Raffle tickets for this package are $5ea and can be purchased online (as soon as our website is complete). You do NOT have to be present to win.For more information you can find us on Facebook or check out our website www.18mmfoundation.org

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