From One Tough Town to Another
Apr 24, 2013
Flyers set all-time record with $85,595 jackpot with charitable proceeds benefiting those most affected by the Boston terrorist attack
In a town that isn’t always known for compassion, the Philadelphia Flyers and their fans did their city proud when they honored the victims and first responders of the recent Boston terrorist attack.
With a classic hockey match-up between the Bruins and the Flyers set, the motivated people of the Flyers Charities and the great fans of Philadelphia worked together to shatter the previous Flyers 50/50 pot of $67,840 with a final jackpot of $85,595. Half of this jackpot ($42,798) will go directly to the One Fund Boston, currently at over $21 million in donations.
The record jackpot is not only a new high for the Flyers, but also sets an all-time record for electronic 50/50 raffles for NHL games in the U.S.
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