Mick Foley’s WrestleMania Dream Vacation Raffle Benefits RAINN

 

"I Want You to enter my Wrestlemania dream vacation raffle. San Jose, CA. March 26th - March 31st." Wrestler Mick Foley makes finger guns to point to the reader.

 

 Wrestling fans will have a unique opportunity to support survivors of sexual violence this month through Mick Foley’s WrestleMania Dream Vacation raffle. One lucky winner will travel to San Jose, CA, for an all-expenses-paid vacation and also get to meet wrestling great Mick Foley. All the proceeds from the raffle go to RAINN; the raffle closes at 10pm ET on Wednesday, March 18.

What: Wrestlemania Dream Vacation 2015

When: Thursday, March 26 - Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Where: San Jose, CA

Entry Deadline: Wednesday, March 18 at 10pm ET

The Grand Prize:

  • Round-trip airfare for two from anywhere in the world
  • 5-night stay at Crowne Plaza San Jose
  • Tickets to five WrestleMania shows
  • Meet-and-greet with Mick Foley
  • $1,000 spending money
  • And more!

Foley is a longtime supporter of RAINN. He was inspired to get involved with RAINN by his friend and RAINN’s first spokesperson, singer-songwriter Tori Amos. As a pre-match ritual, Foley would listen to her music—when he learned that Amos is a sexual assault survivor herself, he wanted to take action. Foley previously served on RAINN’s Board of Directors, donated royalties from his memoir Countdown to Lockdown, and has logged more than 500 hours helping survivors through RAINN’s Online Hotline. Foley now supports RAINN with his annual WrestleMania Dream Vacation raffle and promotes RAINN as often as he can in media interviews, through Twitter and with fans.

"I’m hoping..that if I speak, not only to wrestling fans but to people in general, that I bring a different voice to a conversation," Foley said in an ABC World News story that featured his philanthropic work for RAINN.

Follow #WrestleManiaDreamVacation on Twitter for live raffle updates! If you have any questions, check out our FAQ page or email membership@rainn.org.

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