Chance to win a Jeep at chamber dinner-auction

  • Tuesday, November 26, 2019 3:32pm
  • LifeNews

TULALIP – The fifth annual Home for the Holidays dinner and auction will feature a chance to win a jeep.

The event will take place Dec. 5 at Tulalip Resort.

Second place in the raffle is a Seahawks package and third $1,000 to spend at Rairdon Dodge Jeep Chrysler Ram.

The event features live and silent auctions, a gourmet buffet dinner and entertainment, which this year will feature interactive Improv with actors from the Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts.

Other prizes and auction items include a kayak and trip to Mexico.

The public event will be from 5-9 p.m. in the Orca Ballroom, which will be decorated for the Festival of the Trees.

Because of increased ticket sales, two-thirds of the ballroom will be used, instead of the previous one-third.

The event also features a champagne reception, dessert dash and business awards.

Nominated for business awards are:

•Business of the Year: Coastal Community Bank, Realty One, Four-Day Fireplace.

•New Business of the Year: Daily Realty, Marysville Toyota, Wander Coffee Bar.

•Nonprofit of the Year: American Cancer Society, Marysville Soroptimists, Marysville Kiwanis.

•Business Person of the Year: Eric Shaw, Todd Fahlman, Jeff Darrah.

•Volunteer of the Year: Tina Hudon, Tom King, Lynn Reid.

Also honored will be 17 Legacy Club members who have belonged to the chamber for 25 years or longer.

The fundraiser is put on by the Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce to raise money for programs to help local small businesses.

Advance tickets are $65, going up to $75 the day of the event, if any are available. Tickets are available at

Every attendee gets a chance at the $36,310 Jeep. Other tickets are available for $30 each, or two for $50. A limited number can be sold. Odds of winning are 100,000 to one. Odds of winning two Seahawks tickets to a game of your choice, along with sideline and parking passes, are 300 to one. It also includes $200 in Seahawks swag.

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