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Super Cash Bonanza First Turn-In Update

posted Mar 19, 2020, 2:30 PM by Michael Kahny   [ updated Mar 19, 2020, 2:32 PM ]

My Brother Knights,

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact us all in one way or another, I also realize that it is impacting your council’s ability to sell and process your Super Cash Bonanza Charity tickets. Schools have been closed, Sunday Mass Cancelled, Friday Fish Fry’s curtailed, meetings have been limited or completely cancelled, interaction with others around us restricted, just to name a few inconveniences.

Due to all these precautions that are taking place, the First Phase of the Super Cash Bonanza Charities Campaign has been extended to Friday, April 24, 2020. Tickets must be in my possession by this date, which means that your council’s shipment should be postmarked by April 21 in order for them to be in my possession by April 24. A council must sell and submit to the State Treasurer a minimum of one-and one-half (1 ½) tickets per member by April 24, 2020 to qualify for a rebate.

I realize that this is not much of an extension, but you must understand that this is the very latest that I can extend it to in order for my committee to process all of your First Phase tickets and be ready for the Second Phase, which must remain at May 8, 2020. All tickets need to be in my possession by Friday, May 8, 2020.

In light of all the cancellations and precautions, a council ticket campaign by mail seems to be a very good option. If you haven’t already done so, there is still time to put a mail campaign together and send tickets out. Your State Officers & I will gladly give you all the help that we can with this.

I would also like to assure you that regardless of how long this pandemic lasts, we will conduct a Super Cash Bonanza drawing in 2020 and all cash prizes listed on the ticket will be awarded.

If you need any assistance or have any questions, please call, text, or email me.

Jeff Kiliany
State Treasurer and Super Cash Bonanza Chairman