Claudia Farren, Sweepstakes Coordinator, with Stephen Roeder, CPA, Carroll and Company, who pulled the Grand Prize Boating Sweepstakes ticket.
Those present at this year’s 2018 Boating Sweepstakes: Stephen Roeder (CPA, Carroll & Co.), Officer John Beeman (TPD), Claudia Farren (Sweepstakes Coordinator), Lynn Jones (Membership Coordinator), Jeannie Scruggs (Bookkeeper/CPA), Susan Williams (Administrative Assistant), and Preston Robertson (COO & General Counsel).
The drawing was held Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 3pm at the Florida Wildlife Federation Headquarters, 2545 Blairstone Pines Drive, Tallahassee, Florida. The drawing was supervised by Carroll and Co. Inc., Certified Public Accountants.
GRAND PRIZE WINNER IS: Richard Cobb
(Beavertail Mosquito 18/ Sea Born FX22 Bay Sport/ Honda Accord Hybrid Sedan/ Small Boat Alaskan Cruise Plus Fishing Adventure for Two/ $30,000 CASH)
Second Prize (10 Winners) - $75 Gift Certificate to Guy Harvey Sportswear:
- Joe Campbell, Sebring
- Jim Tranter, St. Augustine
- Jos. Keiper Groff, Orange Park
- Lewis Shealy, St. Petersburg
- Johanna Mantineo, Palm Coast
- Don Geist, Apollo Beach
- John Courtright, Naples
- William Dees, Cape Coral
- Duncan Bond-Nelson, New Smyrna
- Lance Rodriguez, Melbourne
The Prizes in the 28th Annual Boating Sweepstakes are made available through the kind assistance of Shields Marina in St. Marks, Aeon Marine in Bradenton, and Guy Harvey Sportswear through AFTCO Mfg. Co., Inc. Their support for the Florida Wildlife Federation's conservation initiatives is greatly appreciated.
A video of the 2018 Boating Sweepstakes Drawing will be posted on the FWF YouTube page in the next few days. Thank you to all who played this year’s sweepstakes.
Proceeds from this sweepstakes will be used right here in Florida to pursue vital fish and wildlife programs from the Everglades to the Escambia River including fish and wildlife habitat conservation on both public and private lands, wetlands protection, sound coastal conservation policy, clean air and water initiatives, Everglades restoration and conservation land protection. The Federation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit citizens' organization.