WCSTA raffling off sweet sled in support of long bridge

WEST CARLETON – The West Carleton Snowmobile Trails Association (WCSTA) is raffling off a sweet sled to help raise funds to build the “longest snowmobile bridge in the world.”

And they’re great odds.

“Only 500 tickets to be sold,” the WCSTA released in a statement yesterday (Aug. 20). “Win this 2020 Polaris 850 Patriot Indy Adventure, valued at $20,700.”

The WCSTA launched the Longest Snowmobile Bridge in the World Fundraiser yesterday and the prize is a beautiful 2020 Polaris 850 Patriot Indy Adventure valued at $20,700.

It’s the rare Snow Check Special with a unique heritage anniversary colour scheme, coloured tunnel and rails and interactive digital gauge package with GPS and the new Polaris 850 Patriot Engine — available through Snow Check only.

“Ottawa is home of the largest skating rink in the world,” the WCSTA said. “And will be home of the longest snowmobile bridge in the world. One is here, the other, soon to happen. Help the WCSTA make the longest snowmobile bridge in the world a reality. At more than 1,600 feet long, this could very well be a world record.”

Tickets are $100 each for a one in 500 opportunity to win. To order tickets, click here.