Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Big Brothers Big Sisters raffles cabin in Smokies

For the second year in a row, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Western North Carolina will be giving away a custom-built log cabin as part of its fundraising campaign this year. The grand prize in this years' raffle will be a fully furnished log home, located in Bryson City, North Carolina, near the entrance to Great Smoky Mountain National Park. The cabin is valued at more than $280,000!

The 2,000 square foot cabin has a hot tub, pool table, a sleeping loft, two bathrooms and a 1,400 square foot wraparound porch with majestic views overlooking the beautiful Deep Creek Valley.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America is an organization that originated out of Cincinnati in 1904 to help children, between the ages of 6-14, by spending time with them in a one to one mentoring relationship.

Raffle tickets are priced at $100 each, with no more than 10,000 tickets being sold. Entrants may purchase as many available tickets as they like. The drawing for the prize will be July 4, 2011.

For more information, please click here.

This could be all yours:




Jeff
HikingintheSmokys.com

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