$1Million worth of Buckeye Football Memorabilia Raffle Supporting TSA & Federal Workers on 2/3/2019

COLUMBUS,OH – 01-29-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Meyer Entertainment Productions will be hosting a Raffle  featuring Ohio State Buckeye Memorabilia. on February 3,2019

 will be the day the local Community can come out and help Support the TSA & other Federal Workers.Tickets are $85 and can be purchased by E-Ticket ONLY by clicking on the link https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=LP7VXMDALS2LC
“We’ll giving away some Prime OSU Buckeye Memorabilia that will be some Great Keepsake items for the True Buckeye Fan, also the funds raised will go to buying groceries, giving away household items and serving a hot meal to those TSA & Federal Workers in Central Oh area” said Lonnie Meyer CEO Meyer Entertainment Productions.
Buckeye Memorabilia from the Greats of OHIO STATE FOOTBALL including Helmets,Jerseys,Pictures,Footballs,Plaques,Cards and other keepsake items. Buckeye Memorabilia from Archie Griffith, Les Horvath,Troy Smith,Eddie George, Howard Cassidy,Vic Janowicz all Heisman Trophy Winners!!
“We’re also looking for Volunteers to help us give out items too Federal Workers” Meyer said.With these federal workers missing out on a second paycheck the community needs too come together from those who are in a position to give should help out.Meyer Entertainment Productions is based in Columbus,Oh and has a area office in Dayton,Oh. Currently Meyer Entertainment Productions is doing Pre-Productions work in the area for filming its television production.

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Meyer Entertainment Productions
Full Name: Lonnie Meyer
Phone: 9378296078
Email Address: Send Email
Website: eventbrite.com

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