SOURCE: FusionStorm Foundation
Early-Bird Raffle Set for Friday, July 30th, 2010
SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwire – July 29, 2010) – The FusionStorm Foundation announced that the Dream Sail Raffle will hold the first early-bird drawing for those who have purchased raffle tickets before Friday, July 30th, at 5:00 PM Pacific daylight time. The early-bird drawing will include an Apple iPad, Tickets for a Jack Johnson concert and gift cards.
The early-bird drawing is intended to spur ticket sales for the raffle, which ends on August 28th, 2010.
“People have great odds to win some cool prizes and help out our mission to clean up the ocean,” said Kevin Schrage, Executive Director of The FusionStorm Foundation. “We are hoping that this helps drive more ticket sales in the coming days,” added Mr. Schrage.
The Dream Sail Raffle was set up to assist Ocean Voyages Institute and Project Kaisei with their ocean clean up initiative. The project aims to clean up plastics that are harmful to the world’s ocean and its marine life.
As a grand prize, one lucky winner will win a fabulous once-in-a-lifetime trip for four people to French Polynesia, sailing to the Tuamotu Islands aboard the Rocket Science, a luxurious 50ft sailing yacht. Airfare and $2,500 cash are also included as part of this exciting package.
The Foundation is also seeking major corporate partners and sponsors who have interested in being one of the first companies to assist with the expedition. Those interested should contact Kevin Schrage at [email protected]
About The FusionStorm Foundation
The FusionStorm Foundation was established to raise funds to support causes that affect our planet and our daily lives. Our goal is to raise awareness and fund research to solve these complex issues. www.fusionstormfoundation.org.
About Project Kaisei
Project Kaisei is the two-year old ocean clean up initiative of Ocean Voyages Institute and is based in San Francisco and Hong Kong. It was established to increase understanding of the dramatic increase of plastic pollution in the oceans and its impact on our marine environment, and how we can introduce solutions for both prevention and clean-up.
The FusionStorm Foundation