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Publisher Boss Hunting launches fundraiser for bushfire relief

Men’s lifestyle publisher Boss Hunting has set a goal to fundraise $100,000 to support victims of the Australian bushfire crisis.

The announcement:

Boss Hunting Aims To Raise $100,000 For Australian Bushfire Victims

Leading Australian men’s lifestyle publisher Boss Hunting (bosshunting.com.au), part of Luxity Media, yesterday launched an initiative to raise money for the people of Australia affected by this devastating bushfire season. To do this, they teamed up with a handful of incredible companies to create the Boss Hunting Bushfire Relief Raffle.

Leaning on their huge Australian audience, based predominantly in the affected states, the Boss Hunting raffle has raised $25,000 in its first 24 hours, a quarter of the way to the $100,000 campaign goal. With Eventbrite agreeing to waive all fees, all proceeds from ticket sales, after GST incurred, will go to Red Cross Australia.

The raffle is simple – tickets are $50 each and entrants can buy as many as they wish – with each ticket classified as a single entry. Boss Hunting has assembled a phenomenal selection of nine (9) prizes, drawn separately, live at Boss Hunting HQ and streamed on Instagram and Facebook, at 5 pm AEST on Friday, January 24th, 2020.

Prizes include a Breitling Chronomat timepiece, an action-packed holiday to Las Vegas for two, TaylorMade Tiger Woods golf clubs, a day at the racetrack with Jaguar for two, a REMY made-to-measure suit, a handcrafted chef knife from MD Knives, a staycation at any Ovolo Hotel in Australia, a gift voucher from Venroy and a whisky package from Beam Suntory with a total prize pool of almost $30,000.

Boss Hunting would like to thank the key brands that contributed to this raffle at such short notice, including Breitling, Visit Las Vegas, Delta Airlines, TaylorMade Golf, REMY, Jaguar, MD Knives, Ovolo Hotels, Venroy, and Beam Suntory.

Source: Boss Hunting media release

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