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Heroes Draw

Heroes Draw 2016

It was a morning of anticipation at RSL Art Union as we called Harry Adams*, a long-term VIP supporter in Punchbowl, NSW, and let him know that he is the lucky first prize winner of $1.5 million in gold bullion for the VIP-only Heroes Draw. After days of trying to reach Harry, we were finally able to break the great news once he had returned from a family holiday. Mr Adams, a long-term supporter of RSL Art Union, was delighted and surprised when he was informed of his win of his win.

With $1.5 million in gold bullion, Harry can now enjoy the millionaire’s lifestyle and has plenty of options at his fingertips! Mr Adams could use some of it towards Christmas shopping for all of the family, take the holiday he’s always dreamed of, pay off his mortgage and live debt free, build his dream home and buy his dream car!

Plus, to top off his win, as a $30 book buyer, Harry also receives an extra $55,000 in gold bullion!

Congratulations to Mr Adams and our second and third prize winners in this special Heroes Draw.

We acknowledge the significance of the draw occurring on Remembrance Day, knowing this day means a lot to current and ex-service men and women. Today of all days, we are truly thankful to have your support that enables the RSL to provide vital assistance to Australia's veteran heroes.

*Name changed for privacy reasons.


Heroes Draw - Winners

WINNERS
Prize Ticket No From Book / VIP
1st Prize:
$1,500,000
809,634 Punchbowl, NSW $30 VIP
2nd Prize:
$10,000
806,113 Robina, QLD $10 VIP
3rd Prize:
$5,000
1,351,575 Winmalee, NSW $20 VIP

Pennie’s message to you

Hear how this VIP-only Heroes Draw supports returning service personnel like Pennie Looker, an ex-Psychological Examiner in the Australian Army, who enlisted when she was 17 years old and served for 19 years. Sadly, Pennie was discharged and diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Mates4Mates, an RSL initiative has played a major part in Pennie's journey to recovery.


Draw History