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Annual Super Bowl Raffle a success

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Posted: Saturday, February 23, 2013 12:00 am

The fifth annual Super Bowl Raffle raised more than $330,000, thanks to the efforts of its 25 participating agencies and everyone who purchased a ticket! Congratulations to each of the 52 winners who won cash and prizes totaling more than $50,000. We hope our six grand prize winners enjoyed their trips to Super Bowl XLVII, held earlier this month in New Orleans.

We recognize that the real winners of this phenomenal event are the individuals, children and families served by these nonprofit organizations that work hard every day to improve lives throughout our region. More than 90 percent of every ticket sold was returned to the selling agency and helps to fund this important work.

This event would not be possible without the support and talented efforts of some key individuals and companies. Our special thanks to Dea Berberian, Natalia Prfanos and Erin Capps of the AG Spanos Companies, Roger Coover of The Record, Shanae Kerr of the Bank of Agriculture and Commerce, and Carrie Sass, Anna Sass and Janelle Nelson of SASS! Public Relations, Inc.

On behalf of the Super Bowl Raffle Committee, thanks to everyone who helped make the fifth annual Super Bowl Raffle such a resounding success.

Linda Philipp

Community Foundation of San Joaquin

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