The total prize of $75,000 (RRP) includes $15,000 cash, your choice of Holden vehicle from Motorama City Holden plus your choice of amazing prizes. There are minor prizes to be won and extra VIP member prizes as well.
You’ll also be helping Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association to provide life-changing sport, recreation, fitness and rehabilitation programs for Queensland children and adults with a disability.
Thank you and good luck!
A skateboard accident at 15 left Dylan Child with a spinal cord injury and months in hospital coming to terms with life in a wheelchair. Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association’s hospital program introduced Dylan to wheelchair basketball and enabled him to meet other players and coaches to inspire and mentor him.
He has since forged an exciting career in his new sport, competing at national and international level as a junior player and playing in the state men’s wheelchair basketball team. His goal is to compete at the Paralympics as a member of the Australian Rollers wheelchair basketball team. He is also studying to a be a sports counsellor and is passionate about inspiring young people with disabilities to be fit and active.
“Sport makes you forget everything – you just think about the game or the race. It allows you to show what you can do, not what you’re limited to.”
The 304 Gold Choice Lottery proceeds are in support of The Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Sport and Recreation Association of Queensland Inc. Licence No. 29520.
Entries close Wednesday 27 September 2017. Draw date Monday 3 October 2017. The first prize winner will be notified by mail. Remaining prize winners will be contacted by telephone. All winners (or winning tickets numbers) are listed on our website http://www.goldchoiceau.com/winners/. Photographs are for illustration only and are not indicative of actual prizes.
All prize prices are recommended retail at the time of draw and are subject to change. GST inclusive. Delivery ex Brisbane.
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