Win a Trip to Hollywood
Two Tickets to visit the set of NBC’s "the office"

Special thanks to: NBC, Randy Cordray, Steve Carell, and Marcus York (Billy Merchant)

With each $1 dollar donation you will receive one entry into a drawing for a trip to visit the set and watch a taping of the hit television show "the office"

The purchase price of a single ticket is $1 dollar per ticket. Enter as often as you like to increase odds of winning. Package valued at $4,000 dollars.

Winner will receive 2 round trip airline tickets, 2-night hotel stay and transportation from hotel to studio.
Each individual ticket will be issued a unique raffle draw number. This number will be sent via email to the contestant. The winning number will be posted on this web page and contest winner will be notified by email and regular postage mail.

Winning number will be selected on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010

To request a free entry into the contest, you can send a written request to this address. Only the first 25 respondents will receive a free ticket.
SCI Raffle
P.O. Box 428
Buellton, CA 93427

Make donation checks payable to: SCI Research Advancement.
All proceeds benefit the cure paralysis project sponsored by SCI Research Advancement. Your donations will help us find a cure for spinal cord injury.

Rules and restrictions – Winner and one guest

1 - Must be 18 years of age or older
2 - Provide transportation to lot (will be provided by SCI Research Advancement)
3 - Must sign a non-disclosure agreement
4 - Are aware the availability of set visit is subject to the production schedule (the winner will be given a list of dates from which to choose)
5 - Understand that if production of "the office" is cancelled prior to the Winner’s set visit, NBC Universal (NBCU) will make a reasonable effort to provide a set visit to the winner and one guest on another NBCU show filmed in Los Angeles, California
6 - Understand that no photography is allowed
7 - Must wear appropriate footwear to walk on the set tour (no sandals, flip-flops, or open-toed shoes permitted)

The set visit will include a tour of the set and time in the VIP Green Room to watch a filming of a scene. The set visit will last approximately two hours.
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