Airways Brewing to raffle off Seahawks tickets for Kent Food Bank fundraiser

  • Thursday, December 1, 2016 1:25pm
  • Business

Airways Brewing of Kent will raffle off Seahawks tickets to help raise money for the Kent Food Bank.

Participants can buy tickets for $10 each at the Airways Brewery and Tap Room, 8611 S 212th St. or the Airways Bistro, 320 W. Harrison St., between 4-7 p.m on Friday, Dec. 2 and Tuesday, Dec. 6.

Airways also will be collecting food and gently used clothing for the food bank at any time leading up to the raffle drawing at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 6 at the Brewery and Tap Room.

• First Prize

Game date: 12/15 vs. the Rams. Two field seats (Northeast corner), including all you can eat/drink, and exclusive entry into the stadium and access to the field before the game.

• Second Prize

Game date: 12/24 vs. the Cardinals. Two seats in the Toyota Fan Deck, section 320, row K. This is a ‘wrist band’ section that includes access to the covered area (fireplace, TVs) of the fan deck.

• Other Details

Cash only

Tickets are $10 each

All sales go directly to the Kent Food Bank rep on site

No purchase of Airways food/alcohol, or merchandise required

Winner not required to be present (we want to raise as much for the food bank as possible this year)

If not present, the winner will be notified by phone

Results will be posted on Airways social media

Airways also wants to thank Michael and Dena Struck (Kent residents and awesome behind the scenes Airways people) for their generous donation.

• Donation requests from the Kent Food Bank:

Soup—condensed and ready to eat

Canned vegetables

Canned tomato products

Canned fruit

Canned proteins—SPAM, tuna, chicken

Ready to eat meals—chili, Chef Boyardee

Canned or bagged beans


Diapers and formula

Office supplies—paper, pens, garbage bags

Gently used clothing for men, women and children

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