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Who Dey!! Score a touchdown this Christmas and enter to win a SIGNED Joe Burrow jersey while supporting local veterans

December 5, 2023

Calling Who Dey Nation! Tickets are NOW on sale to enter a raffle for a signed Joe Burrow jersey. Tickets can be purchased between now and December 20 for $25 each, and all proceeds directly benefit Easterseals Redwood’s Military and Veteran Services program. If you are interested in purchasing tickets, you can purchase them here. A limited number of only 1,500 tickets will be sold. Tickets are currently on sale through 9 a.m. December 20 with a drawing to take place at noon at Easterseals Redwood (2901 Gilbert Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45206). The winner will be notified via phone and will be required to make arrangements to pick up their prize from Easterseals Redwood.

 Easterseals Redwood is the region’s premier provider of services to veterans, children and adults with disabilities, and people facing economic disadvantages. The raffle is open to anyone, and all proceeds will benefit Easterseals Redwood’s Military and Veteran Services. Your gift can help Easterseals Redwood make sure a veteran doesn’t have to choose between groceries and utilities. It also supports job coaching and resume guidance that will help a veteran secure the civilian job that best fits his or her abilities. To learn more about Easterseals Redwood and the services they provide, visit

About Easterseals Redwood

Easterseals Redwood (ESRW) is the region’s premier provider of services to children and adults with disabilities, people facing economic disadvantages and veterans. ESRW serves families in Northern Kentucky and Southwest Ohio throughout their lifespan – from birth through adulthood – with childcare and education programs, and workforce development programs. ESRW continually strives to enhance quality of life for those served by expanding local access to healthcare, education and employment. Advocacy initiatives are aimed to shape public perception and enable full and equal participation in society despite barriers for people with disabilities, economic disadvantages and veterans. To learn more, visit

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Contact: Danielle Gentry-Barth