How to Enter
- Sustaining Members are automatically entered.
- Upgrade your Sustainer Membership to receive an additional entry.
- Become a New Member.
- Although we certainly hope you’ll support the station, enter without membership as specified below.
- The University of Florida Foundation “WUFT” is the organization sponsoring this raffle. The University of Florida Foundation’s principal place of business is 1938 West University Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32603.
- The prizes to be awarded have been donated to the University of Florida Foundation “WUFT.” No cash prizes will be awarded, and no University of Florida Foundation “WUFT” funds have been used to purchase any of the prizes to be awarded (if applicable.)
- The prize to be awarded are:
- Dinner for Two (2) to have dinner with “Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me” host Bill Kurtis.
- The winner(s) will be selected by drawing and winner will be notified on October 31st, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. (EST.) The drawing will be held at WUFT, 2096 Weimer Hall, PO Box 1118400, Gainesville, FL 32611.
- No purchase or contribution is necessary to acquire a ticket to participate in the raffle. WUFT suggests a minimum donation in the amount of $60 to participate in the raffle or event. Hand-print name, address (no P.O. Boxes), city, state, ZIP code, phone number, and the words “Bill Kurtis Dinner for Two Giveaway” on a 3″ x 5″ card, and mail it in a stamped #10 envelope to: WUFT, “Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me! Alternate Means of Entry,” P.O. Box 118405, Gainesville, FL 32601.
- This raffle will be conducted in accordance with the requirements set forth in Section 849.0935 of the Florida Statutes.
- A payment for a raffle ticket does not qualify as a charitable contribution and is not tax deductible.
- University of Florida Foundation “WUFT” staff members and their family members are not eligible to win.
- The value of food will be approximately $100 based on what is ordered. The value of dining with Bill Kurtis is priceless.
The value of the prize received by the winner in a raffle is included in the winner’s gross income. Raffle winnings of more than $5,000 are subject to withholding.