Wrap Up Next Year’s Tuition! Raffle Tickets On Sale Now!
Beginning Thursday, January 10, the Holland Hall Auction Committee is raffling next year’s tuition! To win your student’s 2013-2014 tuition, purchase your tickets before they are gone!
One (1) ticket costs $100
Increase your chances and buy three (3) tickets for $250
The drawing is on April 27, 2013. See below for raffle rules.
If you would like to purchase a ticket, call
Janie Sallinger at 918-637-6199 or Christy Zahn at 918-605-5945
Thank you for supporting Holland Hall!
2013 Raffle Rules
Winners: The winner will be randomly drawn from all eligible raffle tickets purchased. Tickets purchased will denote on the ticket the name of the family to receive the tuition credit (for example, the John Smith children). Tickets are not transferrable to another family. The drawing will be held during the auction on April 27, 2013 at Holland Hall and will be conducted by the Holland Hall Parent Association Representatives. Odds of winning the prize: 1 in 1,000. Ticket holders need not be present during the drawing to win. The winner will be notified within forty-eight hours of the drawing by telephone or mail if not in attendance at the drawing. The winner must present the ticket stub and it must be in their name. The winner must accept the prize and provide a social security number and will be required to sign an affidavit of eligibility and release. The prize will be awarded to an alternate winner if affidavit is not returned within 5 days after hand delivery or mailing to winner or if prize notification letter is returned as undeliverable, or in the event the winner is determined to be ineligible.
Minimum Ticket Sales: This raffle will be conducted only if 225 or more raffle tickets are sold by April 27, 2013. In the event that condition is not satisfied, no prizes will be awarded and each purchaser will receive a full refund of the amount paid to Holland Hall for their purchase of raffle tickets.
Prize: The winner will receive a credit for one full-year tuition for one student at Holland Hall for the 2013-2014 school year based on the stated tuition schedule and subject to the minimum number of tickets sold as stated above. The student for whom the tuition credit is received must be a current or accepted Holland Hall student in good standing. No cash to be awarded. Prize does not include any additional costs such as activity fees, books or other charges.
Taxes of 29% of the tuition value will be paid on behalf of the winner by Holland Hall to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC). It is recommended that raffle contestants concerned about possible tax consequences consult a tax advisor.
Eligibility: The raffle is open to any individual legal residents of the United States (excluding territories and possessions, but including Holland Hall employees and their family members). This offer is void where prohibited or restricted by law and is subject to applicable federal, state and local regulations. Taxes and fees are the sole responsibility of the prize winner. Only 1,000 tickets will be available for purchase. Raffle ticket requests will be honored on a first come-first serve basis.
Winner List: The name of the winner will be available at the Holland Hall Business Office or can be viewed online at www.hollandhall.org after April 30, 2013. The winner agrees to use of name, likeness and/or prize information to be released and disclosed by Holland Hall without any compensation.
Other: By participating in this raffle, each entrant accepts the conditions stated in these official rules, agrees to be bound by the decision of the Holland Hall Board of Trustees, and warrants that he or she is eligible to participate in this raffle. By participating in the raffle, each participant agrees to release Holland Hall School, its respective trustees, directors, employees, officers, agents, sponsors, advisors, and vendors including without limitation, their advertising and promotion agencies, from any and all prize or participation in any prize-related activities. If the winner is unable to use the tuition credit for any reason, there is no cash value and proceeds revert to auction income.
The ticket cost is not tax-deductible.