Saratoga Olive Oil Co. holds Balsamic 150 raffle

Saratoga Olive Oil 

Saratoga Olive Oil Co. has discovered a unique way to celebrate Saratoga Race Course’s 150th anniversary and give back to the community. The store’s owners found a bottle of balsamic vinegar that also turns 150 this year. They call their find the perfect product, filled with balsamic so delectable, kings and queens would drizzle it with delight. 
The balsamic vinegar is on display in the downtown store for all to admire, and one lucky person will win it. But instead of just raffling off the prize, Saratoga Olive Oil wanted to help raise money for some of the area nonprofit organizations.

Join the shop for the Balsamic 150, a contest to “bid” on one (or more) of seven local charities: Advocates for World Health, Jake's Help from Heaven, Home Orphaned Pets Exist, Literacy NY, Old Friends at Cabin Creek, Saratoga Bridges and Simplifying Lives.

With each entry, you’ll not only have the chance to win the 150-year-old bottle of balsamic, but be able to win Saratoga Olive Oil products all summer long.

Follow the campaign on Facebook, where the company will be posting statistics, posing questions and giving away free products left and right.

The raffle costs $1 for one ticket, $5 for six tickets or $10 for 13 tickets.
Friday Trifecta: Every Friday, the store will challenge its Facebook fans to guess the charities in first, second and third place during the previous week. The first three fans to guess the frontrunners in exact order will win the Balsamic of the Week.
Frontrunner: On the last day of track season, Saratoga Olive Oil will total bids for each charity and randomly select the winner of the 150-year-old bottle from the charity with the most bids. The store will also select winners from each charity to get items from its Racehorse Piñata.
When the contest ends, 100 percent of the money donated to each charity will go directly to that organization.

 For more information, call 450-1308, or visit http://www.saratogaoliveoil.com/blog/introducing-the-balsamic-150/ or https://www.facebook.com/SaratogaOliveOil.



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