New game from the Illinois LotteryThursday December 3rd 2009
World Aids Day is something that will touch the lives of many people all over the world. This dreadful disease is one that researchers all over the world are striving to find a cure for and a new game from the Illinois Lottery has been launched to mark World Aids Day.
However, the Illinois Lottery has also pledged all proceeds from this new scratch-off lottery game to go towards HIV/Aids awareness and education across the State of Illinois.
Lottery operators all over the world fund various good causes with the proceeds from their lottery games, but this game from the Illinois Lottery could not fund a more worthy cause. Education and prevention are always better than cure and the money raised by the Illinois Lottery through this new game will be a most welcome move by the Aids activists, who came up with the idea of a game from the lottery to support such a cause.
The new Quality of Life game from the Illinois Lottery is one of their scratchcards called Red Ribbon Bucks. Tickets for this lottery game cost $2 each and the game carries a top prize of $20,000.
This new lottery game is supporting such a worthy cause and people who buy lottery tickets will have this in their thoughts when they purchase tickets for this new game from the Illinois Lottery.
The Illinois Lottery are also offering lottery players a special red Quality of Life commemorative scarf which can be obtained, while sticks last by submitting $20 worth of non winning Red Ribbon Bucks lottery tickets to;
Wrap it up Illinois
C/O Emmis Communications