MSHOF Maine Sports Hall of Fame raffle Tom Brady vs. New England Patriots.

‚ÄčLet's Goooo See Tom Brady

The Maine Sports Hall of Fame will be sending two lucky fans to the Brady Game, the October 3, 2021 game between the New England Patriots and the Defending Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers featuring star quarterback Tom Brady. To buy your ticket just click "raffle" at the top of the page.

"This is a fun and important part of our fundraising," said MSHOF Board Chair Brian Corcoran. "We're grateful to Cross Insurance for making this raffle possible. Maine Limosine will provide transportation from the greater Portland area."
The prize includes two tickets to the big game in Section 130, Row 30, Seats 5 & 6 and are rated as "Great Seats" by a major ticketing outlet. "Tom Brady will be right in front of you screaming, 'Lets Gooooo!'" joked MSHOF Executive Director Bill Green. "I think its going to be one of the most memorable games in New England sports history."
Tickets are $100 each and can be purchased online using the form below.
The winning ticket will be drawn on September 26th at this year's MSHOF induction ceremony and the winner will be notified.
All proceeds of the raffle will benefit the Maine Sports Hall of Fame and its Scholarship Fund that annually provides five of Maine's top senior high school Scholar-Athletes with $5,000 college scholarships.
The Bucket List Raffle is an annual activity of the Maine Sports Hall of Fame. Previous trips were for a Red Sox-Yankees series in London and the Kentucky Derby.
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The Maine Sports Hall of Fame was established in 1972 for the purpose of: 1) appointing and bestowing recognition awards and scholarships to outstanding Maine high school scholar-athletes; and, 2) to formally honor and memorialize Maine athletes and sports figures who have brought distinction and honor to the state of Maine.

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