Black Diamond Harley-Davidson helps raise funds for Southern Illinois tornado victims

Publish Date: 
Mar 27, 2012

Black Diamond Harley-Davidson has partnered with auto dealer Ike Honda to raise money for Southern Illinois Disaster Relief, in the wake of spring storms that devastated the area around Marion, Ill.

“We want to help as many families as possible who have been affected by storms,” Black Diamond H-D co-owner Rodney Cabaness told the Daily Republican. “Raffling off a new Harley-Davidson and Honda Civic will be our key effort in raising funds for victims hurt by this natural disaster.”

“Our goal is to raise $50,000 in 50 days by selling raffle tickets for the chance to win a brand new 2012 Honda Civic LX and a New Harley-Davidson Superlow,” Shad Zimbro, also a co-owner of Black Diamond H-D.

The winner will be drawn at Black Diamond Harley-Davidson May 12. Ticket prices are one ticket for $20 or five tickets for $50. The winner does not have to be present to win. The raffle is being conducted through Southern Illinois HOG Chapter, a 501c3 charitable organization. All proceeds will benefit Southern Illinois directly.

Those interested in buying tickets can click here for more information.

Posted by Holly Wagner

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