SkyFest raffle tickets are now on sale at Carter’s Jewellers, the SkyFest airport office and at the SkyFest booth at the Billy Barker Days Gold Dust Mall. Photo submitted

Tickets now on sale in Quesnel for SkyFest raffle

The first prize is a trip for two on the Rocky Mountaineer valued at $5,500

The SkyFest organizers have just introduced an exciting new raffle with three prizes worth a combined $6,320.

The first prize is a two-day trip on the Rocky Mountaineer with Gold Leaf service for two, a trip that is valued at $5,500.

The second prize is a $500 Promaster “Blue Angels” Nighthawk watch, and the third prize is two tickets to the Cariboo Rocks the North Music Festival, valued at $320.

Tickets are currently on sale at the SkyFest booth at the Billy Barker Days Gold Dust Mall, at the SkyFest airport office and at Carters Jewellers on Reid Street.

Raffle tickets are $10 each,and only 2,000 tickets are being printed.

READ MORE: Canadian Forces Snowbirds returning to Quesnel SkyFest



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