YMCA’s Student Parking Raffle


Our winner for the 2018-2019 Parking Raffle, with ticket number 0538, is:

 

-   Carol Fears   -


Guaranteed Campus Parking (EXCEPT during Football Game Days)
You will get to park at the Y’s Lancaster House for the entire year. The only exception being on Football Game Days. During Football Game Days, the winner of the parking raffle will need to move their car to the Y Center Parking Lot. Campus transit is available from the Y Center. As a note, all resident students are required to move their cars on Football Game Days: https://parking.vt.edu/parking/sep/football-parking.html

Park Close to Residence Halls
The Y’s Lancaster House is very close to Newman, Vawter, Barringer, Johnson, Miles, Lee & Pritchard residence halls.

Park Close to Downtown Blacksburg
The Y’s Lancaster House is just a short walk to the shops and restaurants in downtown Blacksburg.

Alley Access for Easy In & Out
Utilize the Y’s alley access to avoid Washington St. when it’s overflowing with traffic.

Extra Large Parking Space
The parking spaces at the Y’s Lancaster House are extra large, so every vehicle can fit with extra room to spare.

A Shorter Walk to Your Car
The Y’s Lancaster House is closer to residence halls than VT’s main residence parking lots. Avoid the hassle of having to walk so far whenever you need to go out.

Exclusive Parking Pass
Use the Y’s parking pass on your rear-view mirror to utilize your parking spot for the year.

Personalized Parking Space (tentative)
There’s a chance you’ll get to name your parking space for the year. Name it whatever you want (within reason)!

Avoid Parking Services
Avoid the line at Parking Services!

Avoid Parking Tickets
Avoid having to go to Parking Services to pay for a parking ticket!

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Winner of the YMCA's
Student Parking Raffle can

park at Lancaster House.

- Close to Residence Halls
- Extra Large Parking Space
- Alley Access for Easy In & Out

 

 


Q: When is the raffle drawing?
The drawing will be held on Monday, August 6th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the YMCA’s Y Center, located at 1000 N. Main Street, Blacksburg, VA 24060. 

Q: How much do tickets cost?
Raffle tickets can be purchased individually for $5, or in groups of five for $20. 

Q: How do I purchase raffle tickets?
You can purchase raffle tickets online at the YMCA’s Football Raffle webpage, over the phone by calling us at 540-961-9622, or in-person by visiting us at the Y Center Offices at 403 Washington Street, Blacksburg, Virginia. 

Q: Can I purchase more than one ticket?
Yes, you can purchase multiple raffle tickets. 

Q: Can I split an entry ticket with my friends?
Only one person’s name will be on the raffle ticket. If you want split the cost with another person, that is fine.


Q: Can I enter to win if I’ve already purchased a parking pass?
Yes, there are no restrictions on parking pass holders purchasing raffle tickets. 

Q: What if I already have a parking pass?
You’ll still get access to a great parking spot when the rest of the available parking on campus gets cramped! 

Q: Can I share my parking pass with my friends?
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Q: How will entrants be notified of who is the winner?
 Winners will be notified via phone call, email, and/or postal mail. 

Q: How does my entry support the YMCA at Virginia Tech?
All proceeds for the parking raffle benefit the YMCA at Virginia Tech and its community outreach initiatives that include education programs, after-school children’s programs, tutoring, international services, our thrift shop, and other community services. To learn more about these programs and what else the YMCA offers, visit our website.

A Legacy of Leadership

By early 1900's, there were over 800 campus YMCA's around the country. Today there are only 11, including the YMCA at Virginia Tech. Only an excellent legacy of leadership has given our YMCA such staying power. The YMCA at Virginia Tech flourishes today, owing to the efforts of early leaders such as Paul Derring, the Reverend Al Payne, Emily Stuart, Barbara Michelson, and influential volunteer leaders like Lucy Lee Lancaster.

Our YMCA works to build leaders in Virginia Tech students, offering over 10 programs in which they can participate and gain valuable experience while contributing to their community. The YMCA at Virginia Tech’s programs help turn the students of today into the leaders of tomorrow; a convention that all started with a legacy of leadership that has remained consistent since the YMCA’s inception at Virginia Tech in 1873.

The YMCA also proudly serves over 27,000 community members of all walks of life through education programs, after-school children’s programs, tutoring, international services, our thrift shop, and other community services. Our YMCA works with the community, the town, the county, and the public school system to identify needs and incorporate volunteers into programs to address those needs. Because of this, our YMCA is here to stay, here to serve, and here to make a real difference.