Lake County YMCA 2016 Dream House Tickets Online PreSale

Ticket sales for the Lake County YMCA 2016 Dream House will kicked off with WKYC Channel 3’s huge online pre-sale on Wednesday, March 16.

Special Online Ticket Sale – when you purchase 5 Dream House tickets you will receive a 6th ticket free, along with TWO Car entry tickets! Online special offer from March 16 thru March 31 only.

One Dream House ticket is $15, or three or more for $13 each (or three for $39). Every ticket purchased is entered to win the luxurious, furnished and decorated Dream House or $250,000 (a quarter of a million dollars) cash option. Ticket sales will continue online after March 31, only the sale will end.

Additionally, when you buy three Tour Tickets (pack) you will receive one entry ticket to win a 2016 Chevy Malibu, sponsored by The Chevy Network/Classic Chevrolet. For every purchase of a three-pack of Dream House Tickets, you will receive an additional ticket entry to win the car. The more three packs purchased, the better chance to win the 2016 Chevy Malibu.

The Lake County YMCA 2016 Dream House is currently being built by Dawson Homes at 7711 Jo Ann Drive, in the prestigious Stonebridge Development in Concord. The 2700 sq. ft. contemporary colonial features beautiful external stone work with rustic chic interior and bonus 1100 sq. ft. finished lower level with bar area. The home features three bedrooms, five baths, spacious kitchen with breakfast nook, and great room with a fireplace as well as a covered wrap around front porch, screened in back porch and three car garage.

To purchase 2016 Dream House tickets or for more information click here.

Dream House Tours begin on weekends starting Friday, June 17, until July 1, from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Tours will be open daily after July 1 with new hours (July 4 hours are 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.). Semifinalist drawing will be held on Wednesday, August 10. Final drawing will be held on Sunday, August 14.

For 22 years, the Dream House project has helped the Lake County YMCA strengthen our community by bringing about meaningful change through resources that enrich lives. Annual proceeds from the project enhance the Y with facility and equipment improvements for the more than 46,000 members and program participants at each of its branches.

Gabe Arnold
Author: Gabe Arnold