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Police Blue Nation, Inc. is a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Connecticut. Police Blue Nation, Inc. will help support a Cancer Benefit Donation for our Co-Founder, James Stratos, by listing the donation rules and items to be given away here on our website. All donations go directly to James Stratos and are not the responsibility of Police Blue Nation, Inc. These Rules govern the donation and, by purchasing a ticket, you agree to be bound by these Rules.



1. You must be 18 years of age or older and must qualify under Connecticut law to purchase a ticket and participate in this giveaway. Contest not valid where not legal. Winners, where applicable, must be able to fulfill all Federal, State and Local legal requirements for a handgun purchase. Out of State winners must provide the address of an FFL holder local to him who will accept shipment of the prize. Winner must pay any fee(s) charged by the FFL to legally transfer the prize to the winner. If the FFL is unable to legally transfer the prize to the winner (due to a failed NICS check or due to other legal constraints) then the winner must pay return shipping on the item and a second drawing will take place.



2. The donation for one ticket is $50.00. If an entrant’s check or credit card is dishonored by the bank or credit card company, the entry ticket will be invalid unless full payment is received by James Stratos by July 16, 2022, prior to the time the giveaway closes.



3. There is no limit to the number of donation tickets sold.



4. The giveaways will be as follows:

    

  • First Donator: Winner gets first choice of what items are available.

  • Second Donator: Winner gets second choice of what items are available.

  • Third Donator: Winner gets third choice of what items are available.

  • Fourth Donator: Winner gets fourth choice of what items are available.

  • Fifth Donator: Winner gets fifth choice of what items are available.



The giveaways will continue until all twelve items listed below are given away.

5. The Recipients will be determined by random drawing. The drawing will take place on July 16, 2022, at approximately 1:00 p.m. EST. Winners will be notified by telephone or/and e-mail or/and mail. 

The items to be given away are as follows:

  

  • Browning Hi-Power 9mm semi-automatic

  • Radical “Other” AR15 Model RF15 .223/.556 12.5” barrel

  • Savage Model Pump 12ga. Shotgun.
  • Smith & Wesson M&P Full 9mm Semi- Automatic 4.25" barrel custom sights Apex Trigger
  • J Stevens Arms Company 410ga Shotgun Model 59A Bolt Action.
  • Springfield Armory 1911 Stainless Steel .45 ACP w/adjustable rear sights and compensator.
  • American Eagle 500rds .223
  • SGW 318 Sight Tool for S&W M&P plus NcSTAR VTUFNR Vism Universal Pistol Front and Rear Sight Tool
  • Competition Electronics Pocket Pro II Shot Timer
  • Romeo5 2 MOA Red-Dot provides 10 illumination settings (8 daylight plus 2 NV) and MOTAC (Motion Activated Illumination)
  • Caldwell Ballistic Precision Chronograph
  • Moultrie Mobile Cellular Trail Game Camera

Valid picture id of the raffle purchaser is not required to claim the prize.



6. Recipients will assume and be responsible for all licensing, registration, title, shipping and all other fees, and local, state and federal taxes, including without limitation all applicable sales, use, luxury, income, and special taxes. James Stratos specifically disclaims all expressed or implied warranties, including without limitation warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose regarding all firearms.



7. If James Stratos, Inc. has not received by 1:00 p.m. EST, July 16, 2022, at least 150 valid donation tickets and full payment therefore, James Stratos may, at its sole and absolute discretion, cancel the donation and withdraw the giveaway items (mentioned in disclaimer clause 4) or decide to delay the drawing until the minimum has been purchased or sell items separately until the value is met equivalent to the sale of 150 tickets. In such an event, James Stratos will consider the donation tickets sold thus far towards a delayed drawing.



8. Purchasers of donation tickets must legibly write their full names, addresses and telephone numbers on each counterfoil/registration form. If more than one name is stated on a counterfoil/registration form, the first listed name shall be the Entrant. James Stratos shall, will and can have no obligation for payment or delivery of any giveaway to any person other than the entrant. It is the sole responsibility of the entrant to allocate any such giveaway among the participants in any multiple party entry.



9. The recipient of the donation ticket must claim the giveaway item within 30 days of the drawing. If the recipient does not claim the prize within 30 days of the drawing, the cash equivalent of the prize will be forfeited and proceeds will go to James Stratos.



10. Any drawing may be postponed due to weather or any state of emergency declared by state or county local authorities. In such an event, a new date, place and time for the drawing will be determined by James Stratos which will be published in the Police Blue Nation, Inc. website.



11. Any and all disputes, claims, and controversies concerning this donation shall be submitted to and resolved by binding arbitration, to be conducted under the commercial arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association and the Uniform Arbitration Act, 42 Pa. C.S.A. §7301, et seq. The decision of the arbitrator will be final and binding on all parties.



12. The safekeeping of the Donation Ticket stub is the purchaser’s sole responsibility. Any attempted transfer, purchase, sale or auction of Donation Ticket constitutes fraud by attempted seller and attempted buyer of Donation Ticket and renders the Donation Ticket void. Donation Tickets obtained from unauthorized sources are void. A Donation Ticket stub is void and will not be accepted if James Stratos determines in its sole discretion that stub has been tampered with, altered, counterfeited, forged or is otherwise irregular or invalid nor is James Stratos responsible for stubs that are lost, damaged, destroyed, stolen, incomplete or illegible; and, in all such cases, such stubs are void and James Stratos shall have no liability in conjunction with same.

In such event or if James Stratos otherwise has reason to believe that someone has tampered with a Donation Ticket (including stub) or the Donation generally or otherwise attempted to defraud James Stratos in any way, James Stratos will disqualify such person and may otherwise seek to protect its rights via all available legal remedies, including possible criminal prosecution. James Stratos further reserves the right to confiscate and retain any Donation Tickets suspected of being invalid. Should a printing, programming or other error result in multiple winning Donation Ticket stubs for any of the prizes, only one (1) of each Giveaway so affected will be awarded in a random drawing from among the holders of all such “winning” stubs for the affected Giveaway Prize.

James Stratos disclaims any liability for typographical, printing, production or other errors with Donation Tickets, with the understanding that James Stratos’s sole liability for a defective or irregular Raffle Ticket is replacement with another ticket (provided supplies last) or the refund of the purchase price of such Donation Ticket.
  

About Us

As a non-profit organization, the mission of The Police Blue Nation Organization is to unite all law enforcement agencies nationwide and to help meet the needs of those law enforcement officers injured or killed in the performance of their duty.

Our Address

PO Box 149
Hartford, CT 06101
United States

Phone

860.883.5072

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