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Subject: UKNM: Raffle, draw, fundraising info with a PS2
From: John Braithwaite
Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 20:17:09 GMT

Give it away for free you TFGs.... after all, you're bound to get more than
40 entries, aren't you? I wouldn't enter any raffle if I also had to pay for
the console.

How to take payment and get people to apply online is a different matter....

From: Richard Uttley <richardatnetstep [dot] co [dot] uk>
Subject: UKNM: Raffle, draw, fundraising info with a PS2

With it coming up to the Yuletide we thought it might be a nice idea to use
it to raise some money for a local charity. Our thinking went along the
lines of: if we could get people to donate �10 to charity we would enter
them in a draw. The winner could buy the unit at the normal price which,
considering some of the ludicrous prices these things are going for, seemed
like an attractive idea. B-P would get some publicity through promoting it
and the shop and the site would get some traffic as people made their

We've discussed it here and it all seems to hold together but we aren't sure
about the legality or correct procedures that might apply. I've looked at
various sites that advise on gaming, lotteries etc. but nothing seems to fit
the bill. Can anyone out there give any advice as this is outside our normal
remit? Also I'd appreciate feedback on the idea. Quick though otherwise
we'll run out of time.

Cheers �<|:o)

Richard M Uttley
Marketing Director
e-mail: richardatnetstep [dot] co [dot] uk
www: http://www.netstep.co.uk

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