Patriots Australia is running a raffle for an Indian Chief Dark Horse valued at $26,950 plus $500 cash; second prize $2000 cash; third prize $1000 cash.
3500 tickets $25 per ticket. Tickets can be purchased by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Drawing of raffle will be at the Dawn Service Remembrance Ride to Fort Scratchley and Anzac Walk of Honour.
Departing Moto Farm Country Comfort Motel, 2285 Pacific Highway, Heatherbrae, NSW 2324, on 6 October 2019. Stands up 0730 for a ride over the bridge and through the city to Fort Scratchley.
VIP’s and notable dignitaries will be in attendance and we will be firing the 32 lb smoothbore gun as a part of the Dawn Service remembering those that have fought and died for this great country.
Additional information regarding winners and prizes will be posted to PAMMC facebook and webpage and advertised in the Sydney Morning Herald. Winners will also be notified by email or any other contact as advised by the participant on the raffle ticket.
A Donation to Legacy as the nominated charity will be made at this great event.
So on ya bike and join us you may even get to ride home on a brand new Indian Chief Dark Horse.
For additional information phone Kiwi: 0459-093-377.
Patriots Australia is a Military Motorcycle Club for serving, former regular and reserve Members of the Australian, Commonwealth and Allied Defence Forces.
Patriots Australia (Inc) MMC was established in 1993 predominately for the benefit of serving personnel with an interest in riding and socialising with likeminded individuals.
Our purpose is to provide an organisation dedicated to members and their families with a common interest in motorcycles. To provide a social camaraderie for current serving and ex-serving members of the Defence Force. To support the families of service men and women whilst they are serving overseas. To provide support, both physical and financial, to charitable organisations.
Our Members form a proud and loyal brotherhood who share the bond of Military service, all of whom have dedicated a part of their lives in the Defence of Freedom for their Country.