103 Second Line W
Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6C 2J2
Are you looking for something new and exciting in Sault Ste. Marie?
Well, look no further!
The Esquire Club is excited to announce that CATCH THE ACE has moved to a NEW NIGHT!
(until the Ace is caught)
Tickets on Sale: 1pm – 4pm
Draw Time: 4:30pm
Guaranteed one lucky participant to go home with more money than they arrived with!
Catch the Ace is a lottery with all proceeds generously being donated to local charities. All proceeds from Catch the Ace will be split between,
- SAH Foundation
- Group Health Centre Trust Fund
- Sault Minor Baseball
The funds raised will directly benefit our community by providing important programs for youth in our community and the purchase of much-needed medical equipment. Our hope is that you, your friends and family, organizations and colleagues will join us to make this event a huge success.
HOW DO I WIN???
• Players 19+ purchase tickets the same day as the draw.
• If their ticket is drawn, they win the guaranteed weekly prize (20% of ticket sales), plus the chance to pick a playing card!
• If the Ace of Spades is drawn, the winner walks away with the progressive jackpot!
When the Ace of Spades remains in play, the jackpot carries over to the next week, and Catch the Ace continues. The progressive nature of the lottery means that for each week the Ace is not picked the jackpot increases!
SO… Drop In The George Wellington Esquire Club an enjoy some fantastic wings, a cold drink, a great atmosphere and the chance to win some money every Sunday afternoon beginning Sunday, September 8th!
The George Wellington Esquire Club
Giving back to the community is nothing new for the ownership group of this registered not for profit (since 1948!). Domenica Braido, husband “Boomer” Braido, Matt Patreau and Rob Wilson have been supporting community organizations and partners and continuing the good works of former owner, Carol Wierzbicki; giving back over $200,000 (and counting!) since 2007 when the group purchased the Club.
The George Wellington Esquire Club mandate is to help community partners, especially where children’s focus is complimented. The Esquire Club has further contributed over $160,000 to kids hockey leagues and soccer teams, and $45,000 to softball team sponsorships.