Lucrative Prizes Up for Grabs with Alberta Cancer Foundation Cash and Cars Lottery
The summer edition of the 2017 Alberta Cancer Foundation Cash and Cars Lottery is upon us and you are all invited to make a splash as the organization continues to raise funds for 17 cancer centers across the province.
This summer’s edition of the Cash and Cars Lottery has well over 3,000 prizes prepared with two Grand Prizes and the Early Bird option here to make biggest waves as things stand.
The Early Prize is worth well over $485,000 and includes a 4,720 square feet Lot at Sundre River Resort and a brand-new 2018 Coachmen Sportscoach SRS 360DL RV. If that is not enough, there is a whopping $50,000 cash waiting for a lucky winner on top of all these mouth-watering prizes.
Grand Prize No.1
Win the top prize and move into a luxurious 3,790 square feet residence.
Two stories, a custom-built kitchen with stainless steel appliances, vaulted ceilings, and a lot more amenities await a lucky winner in the Calgary-based $1.4 million worth dream home which is the Grand Prize No.1 in this year’s edition of the Cash and Cars Lottery.
This remarkable home includes a triple-car garage with lots of space to keep your toys.
The Lottery will make sure the garage is not empty upon your arrival since the keys for 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid will also be given to a lucky home winner.
On top of that all, the lucky winner will be given a check for $5,000.
Grand Prize No.2
The second prize is a luxury bungalow in Edmonton worth $1.1 million.
This valuable dwelling includes a custom-built 3,778 square feet and is equipped with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a galley style kitchen, an owner’s suite, five-piece suite, stone-fireplace room, dining room and a home office all on the main floor.
The basement is filled with a family room, a game room, a theater room and additional two bedrooms.
And just like the first prize, the runners-up reward also comes with a glitzy set of wheels and a 2017 Toyota Corolla IM parked in the garage, together with a $5,000 cash prize.