Archery Prizes


A Bow Tech Bow

Debbie Krienke, Manager, Team BowTech, will fit the raffle winner with a BowTech bow from a selection including target capable, light poundage or Hunting model compound bows.  This prize will be a real winner for a Senior Hunter or JOAD.  This is a $300 to $400 to $500 dollar value or more!

Winner:  George Frangos


Hoyt USA donates a bow setup (riser and limbs) at great discount, the next best thing to a free bow.  The actual bow setup will be determined by the raffle winner.  The new Hoyt USA models are just now being offered.  A great chance to purchase the newest Hoyt has to offer at a discount! (Value: $150 to $300 or higher depending on setup selected.)

Winner:  George Parmenter who generously donates it to Eric Miller

Eric picked a HOYT UltraTec XT2000 in green, congratulate Eric when you see him

“Thanks Hoyt”


Custom-made bow workstation and bow vice courtesy of Fred and Kathy Grant.  This freestanding steel unit is sturdy, solid yet compact and has a place for all your tools while you work on your bow. A must for the serious archer.

Value $150.

Winner:  Stewart Bowman


10 - One year subscriptions

US and International ARCHER Magazine ($22.50 ea.)


Robert Rodgers

Alan Turner

Mike Koistinen

John Howland

Robert Rodgers

Mickey Dye

Josh Wagner

Guy Gerig

Mark Kauffman

Guy Gerig


1 – Winners Choice Custom Bowstring Compound Green/tan camo, 8125 (up to $85.00)


 Sarah Bernes


1 – Muzzy 100 grain, 3 blade, 3 pack Screw – in 1-3/16” circle, Item 225R

Broadheads with Muzzy CD-Rom

“Bad to the Bone” ($25.00)


George Frangos


3 – Archery Stand-By bowstands

 by Wildwood Innovations, Inc.

($38 each)


Keith Schroeder

Robert Rodgers

Mickey Dye


1 – Rinehart 3d Target

19” Green Frog ($119)


Mike Koistinen


2 – (5”) 4 oz. Vibracheck

Strikewave Gel filled Stabilizer

 Mossy Oak Shadow Branch  ($33 each)


Sean Stephens

Gary Alford


6  Spin-Wing Vane packages

1-3/4” right hand 50 vanes with tape ($15 each)


Sean Stephens

Mark Kauffman

Alan Huff

George Frangos

Nicole Rasor







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$1,000 raised!

Thank you




$ Raffle 2002 $

Winners were drawn on Oct. 20 at the conclusion of the

Duel in the Desert


Check back often to see listing of prizes as we add them


Multiples of the same prize will be

raffled individually.



AZJOAD is running a raffle to raise funds for Ben Avery Archery Range improvements such as canopies and lights. Our goals at Papago Park, are to make general range improvements such as gravel topping and safer target stands.  All proceeds from the raffle will be spent for the direct purchase of materials.  The archery community is donating labor.  The NAA is a 501 C3 non-profit organization per the IRS tax code.



Tickets go on sale at the Duel in the Desert Trials.  Drawing will be on Sunday, Oct. 20, 2002 at

the Duel in the Desert


How much?

$2.00 will buy one ticket

$10.00 will buy 6 tickets


 Winners need not be present to win



to request tickets, to volunteer or

to donate an item to be raffled




1.     Prizes will be raffled individually starting with least value to most value.

2.     Winners need not be present.

3.     One ticket can win one prize.

4.     Ticket sellers are eligible to win.

5.     The more tickets you buy, the better chance you have of winning.

6.     Even if you don’t win a prize, you win with range improvements.



Odds of winning are not known as that depends on how many tickets are sold.  We also do not guarantee that you will win.

Rules subject to change prior to start of ticket sales,

 changes would be posted here

AZJOAD does not guarantee or warranty any prize


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General Prizes


2 – Weekend stays at

Fairfield Inn

at Bell Rd and I-17 ($150 each)

Fairfield Inn Phoenix North

17017 N. Black Canyon Highway

Phoenix,  AZ 85023 USA

Phone: 1 602-548-8888

Fax: 1 602-548-9553


Levi Reed

Sarah  Bernes


1 – Gift Certificate to

 Mimi’s Café

good at most locations ($30)


Mike Koistinen


1 – Gift Certificate to

Claim Jumper Restaurant ($25)


Mark Kauffman