This stunning ermine white 1961 roadster features very rare red coves, a red interior, and white convertible top. The power plant is a 283-cubic inch/230-horsepower motor with a four-barrel carburetor and a four-on-the-floor transmission. It's a beauty, and it is valued at $52,000.
This spectacular 2002 Indian Scout is one of the few white-on-white models manufactured and has just a little over 8,000 miles on it. It's powered by an 88-cubic inch S&S Super Stock V-twin engine and features Vance and Hines custom pipes and many chrome extras. It is valued at $9,000.
• Who benefits from the money raised by the raffle?
The Theater Project, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, that runs the Majestic Theater in West Springfield, MA, uses the proceeds from the raffle to pay for renovations, increased operating expenses as well as for producing live theater at the Majestic. The Theater Project's mission is to provide actors, actresses and theater technicians from Western Mass, a professional environment in which to perform at the Majestic Theater.
• How do you use the money raised?
Many different ways! For example, funds from our raffle helped pay for:
• Are these prizes donated?
NO! The Corvette and Harley-Davidson are NOT donated. Each year, The Theater Project purchases the prizes for that year's raffle. The Theater Project also pays for all of the following: transportation, insurance, licensing, taxes, public appearances and marketing expenses associated with the raffle.
• Do I have to be present at the drawing of the winning ticket?
No, although everyone is welcome to attend the drawing, which is open to the public. The drawing is held each year at Midnight on New Year's Eve at the Majestic Theater.
• How will I find out if I won?
As soon as the drawing is completed the staff of the Majestic Theater calls the winners. The staff will continue to call the winners until contact has been made! We post pictures of the winners here on the website.
• How many raffle tickets are sold?
At $10 per ticket we do not restrict the number of tickets sold. The Classic Raffle is The Theater Project at the Majestic Theater's only annual fundraiser. Selling tickets to performances at the Majestic can only account for 65% of our needed revenue. The net raffle funds are essential to keeping the Majestic Theater functioning.
• What about taxes?
New IRS rules apply. Please contact a tax professional for specific changes that might apply to the winning prizes.
Joe Desaro & Paul Grant (2005 Harley Davidson)
Ronald Green (1964 Stingray)
Tammi Adair (1964 Corvette)
Bob Martin (2005 Harley Davidson)
Ken Heim (1966 Corvette)
Tim Hickey (2003 Harley Davidson)
Donna Santoro (2002 Corvette)
Nelson Eusebio (2002 Harley Davidson)
Richard Doak, Sr. (2003 Harley Davidson)
Brian Luongo (1964 Corvette)
James J. Moore (2003 Indian Motorcyle)
William Szafarowicz (1962 Corvette)
Michael Harris (Harley Davidson)
Jerry Crowell (1963 Stingray)
Dave Hirvimaki of Kingston, MA
Andrew Fondakowski of Lee, MA
Timothy Raymond, Jr. of South Hadley, MA
Jeff Laramy of Pittsfield, MA
(1964 Corvette Roadster)
David Porter of Longmeadow, MA
Robert Tobias of Swoyersville, PA (1961 Corvette)
Lynn Lynch of Newington, CT (1987 Harley Davidson)