|Jan 20, 2012, 12:20 AM|
Horizon Hobby and JR donate prizes for raffle.
Horizon Hobby have announced their donation to the F3J raffle and what a fantastic selection of prizes they have made available. There is a beautiful 11X transmitter to be won along with a bunch of the new High Voltage Servos so you can use those LIFE packs safely in your sailplane. And of course an F3J Soaring Team raffle would never be complete without a Radian up for grabs.
So ladies and gentlemen don't wait. Go to the website here and feast your eyes on the prize.
Then buy some tickets to win in the biggest and best Soaring Raffle ever.
Thank you Horizon Hobby and JR for the fabulous support once again.
|Jan 27, 2012, 09:38 AM|
United States, CO, Broomfield
Joined Jan 2003
The raffle just keeps getting better!!! Thanks to John Marien of
Jack Pak RC Sailplane Carrying Bags for donating 2 Jack Pak RC Sailplane Carrying Bags (color selected by the raffle winner). These Sailplane Carrying Bags are large enough to be able to carry any of the sailplanes already donated to the F3J raffle.
Get your tickets now for your opportunity to win some awesome prizes AND help out your US F3J Team.
Specs for the bags are:
71 x 17 x 3 size will support 3.5m-4.1m sailplanes - Designed with by the KISS principle
Heavy Duty 600 Denier Nylon outer covering to prevent damage to your sailplane
Double layer of foam padding inside the shell of the carrying bag to further protect your model
Four internal compartments store your 3-piece wing and fuselage parts separately from each other
Internal dividers are removable to suit your needs or for ease of cleaning your carrying bag
Each internal divider is stuffed with a foam sheet to protect each compartment
One internal pocket to safely store your horizontal stabilizer halves, or V-Tail, safely from the other parts of your sailplane
The inside of the bag is a light nylon, tough enough to prevent tears and to protect your investment
One Heavy-Duty zipper goes around the bag so that it can open and lay flat on the ground for ease of access to your sailplane
Two Heavy-Duty zipper pulls allow you to open the bag in the way that is most convenient to your style!
The carrying handle is wrapped around the bag to provide and even pressure on your carrying bag for ease of transport either hand-held or tossed over your shoulder
One end of the bag has a short strap for hanging your carrying bag by one end for storage
Comes in Red with black straps and black lettering OR Blue with black straps and yellow lettering
|Feb 08, 2012, 04:40 PM|
Great News! Airtronics have agreed to donate Daryl's personal SD10G transmitter and the entire airborne electronics along with DP's best Icon 2 from the Worlds in South Africa.
This is a prize worth going for alone as it will be "dialed in" and the entire RTF Sailplane setup will be as good as money can buy.
Don't wait - (buy some tickets now from here) and get a spread in the ticket numbers to get the best chance.
Remember that aside from the other 40 or more prizes drawn (which you can peruse here) we will also have 4 other brand new F3J planes up or grabs.
Come on guys. Support your National Team now and get in with a big chance to take home some real booty.
|Feb 11, 2012, 11:01 PM|
Joined Oct 2003
Wow. Thanks so much for all the generous prize donations. All of these sponsors have made this a fantastic raffle! And thanks to the ticket buyers too. This is what will to get us to South Africa. We deeply appreciate any help you can give.
|Feb 23, 2012, 07:34 PM|
WOW..... Futaba 8FG Super now also added to the raffle....
The latest "Super" radio from Futaba with 14 channels and more bells and whistles than you can imagine is now include din our Mega raffle. If you like to wear Orange this is the radio you covert. Futaba's best 2.4 Ghz radio just got "super-sized" and we have one in the raffle.
Thanks to a very kind gesture by Darwin Barrie at the South West classic for donating this prize. Darwin was lucky enough to win it in the raffle and immediately threw it back in for the benefit of the F3J team. When you see Darwin next please express your thanks to him.
Go here to the raffle page and check out the $14,500 worth of prizes.. Buy some tickets and support the team.
|Mar 09, 2012, 11:28 PM|
Joined Aug 2004
Definitely don't have too much money! Getting the crew to South Africa is going to be one of the most expensive trips a US team has ever taken. So please keep buying tickets. We have one of the best, if not the best, raffles ever!
Unfortunately, it can't be a sticky per forum rules (something about the raffle being a form of gambling).
Thanks everyone for their support! It is much appreciated.
|Mar 10, 2012, 05:28 PM|
You're showing your age D.
Its the threads that stay stuck to the top of the page because they are "sticky" regardless of what other threads get started later.
Gotta have the moderator stick it for us though.
|Mar 13, 2012, 12:58 PM|
Late August when team returns triumphantly from Sth Africa.
It will be held "live" here on RC Groups and every ticket buyer will be emailed with details in advance and results after the draw.
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