HomeAid Atlanta's Project Playhouse® 2018

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The winner of this raffle will receive one custom-built child's playhouse, "The Saltbox of the Earth."  Funds raised from this event support HomeAid Atlanta. a nonprofit organization that builds new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach. Learn more at www.homeaidatlanta.org.

RAFFLE TICKETS: $20 EACH or $100 for SIX.
Deadline to purchase tickets: Thursday, December 13.
One lucky winner will be announced live at Avalon in Alpharetta on Friday, December 14 at 12:00 PM.
You do not need to be present to win.

Visit Avalon to see The Saltbox of the Earth beginning on November 23. 
400 Avalon Blvd.
Alpharetta, GA 30009
Playhouse is located next to Café Intermezzo.

Project Playhouse Builder Captain:
Paran Homes

Project Playhouse Donors
A & W Contracting
Atlanta Flooring & Design Center 
Builders First Source
Champion Millworks 
KSU Dept. of Residential Construction Management
Lindsay Windows 
Meridian Brick & Masonry Supply
Pottery Barn Kids
The Hartwin Group
Tucker Door

For more information please visit www.homeaidatlanta.org.

Raffle Rules:  All raffle participants must be 18 years of age or older AND legal residents of the State of Georgia.  One winning ticket will be drawn at random on 12/14/18 at 12:00 PM. The winner has 30 days to take possession of the playhouse, which will be stored at Meridian Brick & Masonry Supply in Smyrna, or will forfeit all claim thereto.  HomeAid shall provide curbside delivery of the playhouse within 25 miles of Atlanta. Winner is responsible for verifying that playhouse does not violate any neighborhood covenants or restrictions. Winner is responsible for all taxes, fees, applicable delivery expenses and/or other costs associated with the prize. Winner must complete a W-9 form. HomeAid will supply the winner with a Form 1099 MISC. By purchasing a ticket, you agree that you have had a full opportunity to examine the playhouse; the playhouse will be provided to winner on an “as-is” basis; no warranty, representation or guaranty, express or implied, is made by HomeAid Atlanta or anyone assisting in the design or construction of the playhouse, regarding the playhouse, including none that it complies with existing codes, laws, or other government regulations. There are risks to you and others associated with the use of the playhouse, which risks are assumed by you. HomeAid Atlanta, Paran Homes, Avalon, The Hartwin Group, Kennesaw State University, Meridian Brick & Masonry Supply, Ryder, and the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association together with their directors, officers, shareholders, employees, agents, subcontractors, sponsors, and suppliers are released by you from any claim relating to the playhouse. No need to  be present at drawing to win. 
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The Prize

  • The Saltbox of the Earth

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    This custom-built child's playhouse was designed by architect Mike Hart and constructed by Builder Captain Paran Homes in partnership with Kennesaw State University's Department of Construction Management Program. Playhouse value: $13,750. Playhouse dimensions 10 x 8 x 10.   
    More about The Saltbox of the Earth:

    “To be called "the salt of the earth" labels an individual as a good and honest person who makes a difference in this world.  The 2018 Project Playhouse, though playful in its use of the phrase, will ultimately make a difference in the life of many homeless individuals, thanks to students and professionals who live as the “salt of the earth” through their commitment to this project. The theme of a saltbox house, a traditional New England style, seemed fitting for this year’s project.  The saltbox style is named for a popular wooden box used to store salt in Colonial times.  The playhouse features the sloping gable roof with unequal sides, large operable windows on both ends and a playful Dutchman door at the entrance.  The use of “board and batten” siding adds a transitional look to the “saltbox” as well as the entry porch and cupola. The interior features a window seat and built-ins in addition to other custom design features.”
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