Three Night Stay in Newly Renovated Presidential Suite, plus Meals
July 26, 2016, DANA POINT, CA – The Monarch Beach Resort, a luxurious Dana Point hotel with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, has partnered with the Ocean Institute’s Laguna Beach Million Dollar Home Raffle to offer a prize package valued at $12,000. As part of the package, the purchaser of the winning raffle ticket will enjoy a three-day stay in the resort’s newly renovated presidential suite, a champagne welcome, breakfast for two each morning of the stay, dinner for two at the resort’s Stonehill Tavern and golf for two at the Robert Trent Jones Jr. Golf Links, which surrounds the resort.
Monarch Beach Resort offers access to one of the most exclusive beaches in Southern California. It also has three luxurious pools, six ocean-view restaurants and the newly-opened Miraval Life in Balance Spa.
The Laguna Beach Million Dollar Home Raffle benefits the Ocean Institute and participating nonprofit organizations. The grand prize is a beautiful Laguna Beach home or $1 million in cash, winner’s choice. Tickets are $150 and only 20,000 tickets will be sold. In addition to the grand prize, many bonus prizes will be awarded, including the Monarch Beach Resort package, a 2016 BMW 328i lease or $10,000 cash and overseas vacations. Buy an early bird ticket, multiple tickets or refer friends to buy tickets, and you’ll have additional chances to win. To be eligible for the first Early Bird drawing, buy your ticket by Thursday, August 18.
As California’s most successful Home Raffle, we have awarded over $12 million in prizes since its inception and have raised necessary funds to support our educational programs. Through your patronage, we are able to provide low cost field trips and educational experiences to students from all across Southern California.
To purchase tickets and for information on the raffle, please call (949) 627-8502 or visit our Home Raffle page.
Purchase early to qualify for additional cash and prizes. The 2016 Laguna Beach Million Dollar Home Raffle is registered with the California Attorney General’s Office.