1940s Dance and Reverse Raffle

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1940s Dance and Reverse Raffle

1940s Dance – Our Venue

Want to learn more about our venue for the 1940s Dance and Reverse Raffle?

Visit A. Smith Bowman’s website to learn about the distillery’s history and what spirits they distill.

From the A. Smith Bowman website:

Historical Highlights

A Smith Bowman bought the Sunset Hills estate farm in 1927 and opened up a dairy and granary. The farm was so abundant that he needed a use for the excess grain from his fields. In 1935, after the repeal of prohibition in the state of Virginia, he built and licensed the distillery. His sons maintained that tradition, continuing to feed the distillers grains to the dairy cattle, which were known to be the most contented cows in Virginia.

In response to the rising real estate prices and property taxes of Northern Virginia, in 1988 the distillery was moved to the current location in Spotsylvania County near the city of Fredericksburg, 60 miles away from the original location.

The Distillery Today

As a small and American family owned company, A. Smith Bowman Distillery balances time-honored traditions with innovation and creativity to produce hand-crafted spirits. Distilled from the finest ingredients, the premium products created at A Smith Bowman Distillery honor the legacy and ground breaking spirit of Virginia’s pioneers.

1940s Dance and Reverse Raffle

What is a Reverse Raffle?

A reverse raffle awards the grand prize to the last ticket drawn instead of the first.

How does it work?

  1. Buy a ticket. $125 gets you one entry into the raffle. Yes, you can buy multiple tickets!
  2. Ticket numbers will be drawn throughout the night and posted. You need not be present to win.
  3. There will be five “lucky losers” drawn. The 1st, 50th, 100th, 150th, and the 200th ticket drawn will win $125 dollars.
  4. Before the last 10 tickets are drawn, a “Golden Ticket” will be auctioned off for a chance to re-enter the drawing.
  5. The very LAST ticket drawn will win the $4,000 grand prize.