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The Bridge Gives Away A Harley-Davidson

The Bridge Youth and Family Services exists to help troubled kids and kids in trouble lead happier, more successful lives regardless of their ability to pay for services.

The Bridge Gives Away A Harley-Davidson

The Bridge Youth & Family Services is proud to announce the winner of the Harley-Davidson XL 1200V, model “72” Sportster is Matthew Nemitz of Arlington Heights.

The winning ticket was sold at Mariano’s Fresh Market on July 22.  

The raffle drawing took place at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 at City Limits Harley-Davidson in Palatine and Nemitz was immediately notified, a press release states.

Raffle sales took place throughout the summer and the motorcycle was seen at several Palatine locations including Palatine Cruzin’ nights, Mariano’s Fresh Market, the Palatine Farmers Market, as well as City Limits Harley-Davidson weekend events. 

The Bridge Youth & Family Services has been serving the Northwest Suburbs since 1965 with Child and Family Counseling, Crisis Intervention, Early Childhood Counseling, Mentoring Programs and Youth Leadership Development.  Some or all these services are offered to six area townships, including Palatine, Barrington, Maine, Hanover, Schaumburg and Elk Grove Townships.   All proceeds from the raffle benefit the programs and services of The Bridge.

“We’re excited to be giving the motorcycle away and concluding a four month sales campaign on such a happy note”, stated Gregg Stockey, Executive Director of The Bridge.  “We have reached a new audience, making them aware of The Bridge and raising needed funds for programs.”

The video of the drawing can be seen on The Bridge website, www.bridgeyouth.org and on Facebook.

Information submitted by The Bridge Youth and Family Services.

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