Vol. 14, No. 10, September 10, 2001

 Raffle Update

John Martinka
John Martinka with Millionaire questions.

Kim Shrader gave weekly recognition to members who have sold $1,000 or more in raffle tickets. Joining the elite group are Evelyn Cogswell, Dick Brown, Chuck Barnes, Jim Young, Earl Falk, Kim Shrader, Bob McNulty, and Colly Radford, all netting the designation of “Millionaire.” The Xerox team, with Barnes and Young as members, moved into first place this week. Raffle accountants reveal that $14,314 has been banked so far.

Shrader also gave recognition to the various Corporate Sponsors involved in the BBRC raffle. The major corporate sponsor is Windermere Real Estate, represented by Don Deasy, who is touring in Africa and will receive his plaudits later.

Contributing corporate sponsors include:

  • Alvin Goldfarb Jeweler (Steve Goldfarb)
  • Ragen MacKenzie Inc. (Dick Tschetter)
  • Banner Bank (Ted Szatrowski)
  • Coldstream Capital Management (Bob McNulty)
  • Overlake Hospital Medical Center (Carlene Buty)
  • Pella Windows (Mary Truesdell)
  • Parker Smith & Feek (Steve White)
  • GLY Construction (Frank Young)
  • Cary Kopczynski & Company (Cary Kopczynski)
  • Your Equity Services (Bob McKorkle)
  • Roberts Trane (Donn Roberts)

Callan, Johnson
Robin Callan & Norm Johnson collecting raffle money.

Supporting sponsors include:

  • Allegra Print & Imaging (Frank Stillo)
  • Chaplins Volkswagen
  • Radford & Company Realtors (Colin Radford)
  • Xerox (Zidar)
  • Dr. Doug Cameron – Orthodontics
  • Godfather’s Pizza
  • Microsoft (Bill Spencer)

John Martinka honored the corporate sponsors with a series of Millionaire questions such as:

    What does it take to be a major sponsor?
    Answer: $2,500.

    Who led individual sales last year?
    Answer: Goldfarb

    Chris Ballard has a new girlfriend. Did he sell her: (a) $10 worth of tickets, (b) $20 worth of tickets, (c) $30 worth of tickets, or (d) a pack of lies.
    Answer: Ballard hesitated, so the answer was he sold her “a pack of lies.”

    There are seven Steves in the Club. How much did they collectively sell last year?
    Answer: Over $7,000 worth of tickets.

Raffle Corporate Sponsors
Corporate Sponsors
L to R: Jim Zidar, Steve Goldfarb, Frank Young, Bob McNulty, Steve White, Mary Truesdell, Carlene Buty, Bob McKorkle, and Colin Radford.