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SmoothCreations/TheTechLounge Toys for Tots Raffle

80 SmoothCreations Gamging PCs as Prizes

| Posted: Dec 12, 2008 2:48 pm

If you do not know about this you have to take a look and get involved.
SmoothCreations and TheTechLounge are holding a raffle to put together money to purchase toys to give to children at Christmas that might not otherwise receive anything.

 

Entry is only $5 but for every $5 you put in you get a chance to win a Custom-Made Hand-painted SmoothCreations Gamgin PC. There are 80 to win so head over and help out!

 

Read the Press Release here.

 

SmoothCreations/TheTechLounge Toys for Tots Raffle

SmoothCreations/TheTechLounge Toys for Tots Raffle

Today we will be launching a raffle designed to raise money to purchase toys for under-privileged children in North America. For every $5 you donate, you will receive one chance to win over 80 prizes, including the Grand Prize: a custom-made, hand-painted SmoothCreations PC gaming system, equipped with some of the latest high performance gear on the market. Donations will be made via PayPal on TheTechLounge. For more information about how to donate and for a full list of prizes, please visit: http://www.thetechlounge.com/toysfortots.php.

 

United by a purpose. Inspiring hope. Determined to make a difference.

 

In these tough economic times, we would like to give some sense of hope to those less fortunate. Our communities need us now more than ever, and we can't do it without you. Every bit helps, so please donate whatever you can afford to help us reach our goal of $25,000.

 

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