A Golden resolution for 2017

07 December 2016

Fancy revving up for 2017 with a Porsche or two? Or does a belated Christmas present of $500,000 in gold sound more like your style? If so, the latest Endeavour Foundation Golden Rewards Lottery could be just the ticket!

Moorooka woman Ursula Hansen, the winner of Endeavour Foundation’s first Star Supporter Bonus Car Draw – valued at over $74,000 – says that she is proof positive that you have to be in it to win it.

“I just can’t believe it. I’ve never won anything before!”

A long-time supporter of people with a disability, Ursula describes Endeavour Foundation as “a cause close to my heart”.

“My younger sister had Down Syndrome, and we were always very supportive of her.”

While Ursula is eagerly awaiting her customised Mercedes GLA, Endeavour Foundation is revving up for its Golden Rewards Lottery, which is all about ‘choice’.

With a limited number of tickets available, purchasing 30 for $100 will give you a 1 in 7,500 chance of scooping this spectacular prize.

Funds raised go towards At Home With Choices – a program which builds modern, accessible houses for people with a disability, with a view to supporting independence and enhanced personal choice.

Executive General Manager of Supporter Enterprises, Andrew Thomas, said that one lucky winner will be asked to choose between three prize options, valued at $500,000.

“You can walk away with a Porsche 911 Carrera S Coupe, Porsche Macan Turbo, and over $10,000 in gold. Alternatively invest in the holiday of a lifetime and choose a Luxury Concorde Motorhome and $94,000 in gold. Or just opt for a simple $500,000 in gold and make your dreams – whatever they are – come true.

“With these odds – 4 tickets for $30 will give you a 1 in 56,250 chance of winning – and an incredible cause to support, this could be the best start to the New Year you can imagine.”

Find out more and buy a ticket at endeavourlotteries.com.au. Lottery closes 17 January.

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