Joey Moss 50/50 returns Grey Cup Sunday
Proceeds support Winnifred Stewart Association
EDMONTON – Someone is going to win big on Grey Cup Sunday and they won't be in Hamilton.
The Edmonton Elks are proud to announce the return of the one-day Joey Moss 50/50 sponsored by James H. Brown Injury Lawyers. Tickets will be available on Sunday, December 12 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. MT to anyone 18 years or older in the province of Alberta.
ELKS JOEY MOSS 50/50 SPONSORED BY JAMES H. BROWN INJURY LAWYERS
- Available on Grey Cup Sunday (December 12)
- Purchase your tickets at goelks.com
- All proceeds in support of the Winnifred Stewart Association
- AGLC Raffle License #575547
After reaching a total pot of $991,800 during last year's inaugural Joey Moss 50/50, the Green and Gold are looking to crack the one-million dollar mark this time around. It's all for a good cause, as the Club helps raise funds for the Winnifred Stewart Association and their important work of empowering people with disabilities.
The money will be a major boost to the Winnifred Stewart Association, who benefitted greatly from last year's massive pot.
"We're so grateful for all the support provided by the Elks to our organization since Joey's passing. They have shown true dedication to keeping Joey's legacy alive, and to helping us in our mission to create more opportunities and raise awareness about the importance of inclusive employment" said Candace Smallwood, director of development and communications for Winnifred Stewart.
"The ongoing support of our programs through the now annual 50/50 events means so much to our organization and is making a huge impact on the lives of people with developmental disabilities in Alberta"
It's just one way the Elks organization remains committed to furthering the memory of Joey Moss and continuing his advocacy of employment and meaningful opportunities for people with developmental disabilities.
"Joey meant so much to the Green and Gold and all of Edmonton. We're honoured to carry on his legacy through the annual 50/50, along with our continued partnership with Winnifred Stewart," said Allan Watt, Elks interim chief operating officer.
"Through the 50/50 and our continued employment of people with disabilities, we're reminded that Joey gave us far more than we ever gave him and that supporting meaningful opportunities for every member of our community benefits us all."
The Joey Moss 50/50 sponsored by James H. Brown Injury Lawyers coincides with the Club's online locker room sale, which features game-worn gear and discounted new gear available December 8 to 14. For more details on the locker room sale and to purchase 50/50 tickets, visit goelks.com.
To learn more about the important work being done by the Winnifred Stewart Association, click here.