Time running out to get in on Chamber's Harley Davidson raffle

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The Harley Davidson Low Rider on display earlier this week at Federal Saving Bank in downtown Rochester. (Rochester Voice photo)

ROCHESTER - There's only a week left to get your raffle ticket for a brand new Harley Davidson motorcycle or $10,000 cash.

The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce fund-raiser is set for next Friday at the Governor's Inn.

Grand prize is a 2018 Harley-Davidson FXLR Low Rider motorcycle or $10,000 cash.

The Harley-Davidson motorcycle being raffled off can be seen at Holy Rosary Credit Union, 133 Brock St., from now till the day of the raffle.

"Don't miss your chance on this exciting raffle," says Laura Ring, Chamber president. "Only 325 tickets are being sold at $100 each. Each Chamber raffle ticket purchased admits two to the "Greatest Raffle on Earth" Chamber Raffle Bash, underwritten by D.F. Richard Energy."

This event will be held on Friday, Aug. 10, from 6-10 p.m. at The Governor's Inn, 78 Wakefield St. Ticket purchasers are invited to attend this carnival-themed event that includes hors d'oeuvres, a light buffet, entertainment, and the exciting reverse raffle drawing for the Harley-Davidson motorcycle or $10,000 cash.

The winner of the Grand Prize and runner-up prizes do not have to be present to win. Runner-up prizes are $1,000, $500 and $250.

There will also be many second chance prizes drawn throughout the evening for those attending the event.

Those purchasing their raffle tickets at the Granite Steak & Grill, 11 Farmington Road, Rochester or Windjammer's Seafood Restaurant, 240 Portland Street, Rochester, NH, will receive a $10 gift certificate to that restaurant.

Chamber raffle tickets can also be purchased Holy Rosary Credit Union Rochester and Farmington Branches; The Governor's Inn, 78 Wakefield St.; Federal Savings Bank, 17 Wakefield St.; and at the Chamber office, 18 South Main St., or by credit card at

For more information, contact the Chamber office at 603-332-5080.

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