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November 15, 2007 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-11-15

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Chinese auction

What is a Chinese Auction?

A Chinese Auction is an inexpensive way to have a fun-filled
evening where you have the chance to take home valuable
prizes for a minimal cash outlay.

How does a Chinese Auction work?

At a Chinese Auction, you purchase coupons in denominations
of $10, $20, $35, $50, $75 and $100. You then place these coupons
with your name on them in the box corresponding to your desired
giff. For example, if you would like the chance to win a laptop
computer, you purchase a $75 coupon, write your name on it
and place it in box #4.

How many coupons can I put into
any one box?

There is no limit to the number of tickets you may place in
any one box. Therefore, if you want to increase your chances
of winning a prize, you may place more than one ticket in that box.

How many coupons must be sold
for any prize to be drawn?

As long as there is one coupon in the box for that item, that
prize will be taken home by the lucky winner at the end of
the evening.

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