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Cultured Pearl Association of America Announces Last Chance to Buy Tickets for Bali Raffle

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(Press Release) The Cultured Pearl Association of America announced that only a few days remain until the a drawing will be held for this year’s South Sea adventure to Bali — the famed exotic island that is home to the pearl farms of Atlas Pearls.

The winner and a guest will have the opportunity to experience the tranquility and beauty of the region and learn about the Atlas South Sea Pearl. Atlas Pearls operates five pearl farms across the South Seas.

The drawing date is Dec. 26 so that tickets can be gifted.

The association explains: “We limit tickets to 5,000; you have no less than a 1 in 5,000 chance to win.”

Prices are as follows:

One ticket: $10

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Three tickets: $25.00

Fifteen tickets: $100

“We have 2,500 tickets we must sell to meet our goals so we can continue to bring you amazing educational pearl farm trips,” the association explains.

Buy tickets here.

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