The 52-gun raffle supports Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Ohio Valley chapter. Tickets are no longer being sold. Rules of the raffle, the gun list, and announced winning number, are listed below.
Update as of May 2017:
The Ohio Valley Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has not currently sold all 500 tickets available for the 52 gun raffle. As a result, the start date for the raffle has been delayed until June 5. The final day to purchase tickets will be June 4, 2017. Current ticket holders can purchase an additional ticket for $50 for every full price ticket that they have previously purchased. The offer is the same for new ticket purchasers – 1/$100 or 2/$150. These will be sold on a first come first served basis.
To purchase, please contact Tamara Carr or any member of the Ohio Valley RMEF. Tamara can be contacted at 812-454-1035 (voice/text) or Tamara.L.Carr@gmail.com. Please leave a voicemail if you call.
Tickets can also be purchased at Red Ghost Gun Shop – please bring your original ticket stub(s) as proof of purchase to be eligible for the $50 offer.
Additionally, we regret to inform you that due to a learning with the Indiana Gaming Commission, we will be unable to utilize the Hoosier Lotto Pick 3 numbers to select our weekly raffle winners as planned. Instead, we will hold our own weekly Pick 3 style lottery. We will have 3 tumblers with balls numbered 0-9 in each tumbler (just like Hoosier Lottery). The weekly lottery drawing will be held at Red Ghost Gun Shop every Tuesday evening at 5:30pm. Anyone is welcome to attend. Each week we will film the drawing and circulate the video on Red Ghost’s Facebook page. Additionally, the winning numbers will be published weekly to Red Ghost’s website at www.redghostgunshop.com.The weekly winner will be contacted promptly each week, so know that you will know when you win! We appreciate your understanding in this matter, and ensure you that we will use our learnings this year to improve upon this event in the future.
Thank you so much for your support for the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat, and our hunting heritage.