N.H. Lottery Harley Davidson Giveaway Closes Today

Jul 15, 14 N.H. Lottery Harley Davidson Giveaway Closes Today

July 15, 2014 – There’s only a few hours left for players to enter for their chance to win one of two brand-new Harley Davidson motorcycles from the New Hampshire Lottery.

In a special second-chance drawing for players who’ve entered their non-winning Harley Davidson scratch-off tickets into the contest, the New Hampshire Lottery will choose two winners who will each receive a Harley Davidson Street Glide motorcycle.

If you’ve got the itch to ride a motorcycle after seeing thousands of riders flock to New Hampshire’s 91st Annual Laconia Bike Week, this is the perfect contest to win.

The New Hampshire Lottery estimates the value of each Street Glide prize package – which includes taxes on the bike – at $30,000.  The motorcycle is a classic Harley Davidson, and comes equipped with everything you’d need on a big tourer.

Up front, the Street Glide has an updated “infotainment” center with a four-inch screen, buttons big enough to push with riding gloves on, and 5.25-inch speakers that Harley Davidson says can pump out 25 percent more power than before.

But motorcycles aren’t about the gadgets and gizmos, especially not Harley Davidsons.  It’s all about power, and the Street Glide doesn’t disappoint.  With a 103 cu.-in. motor (that’s about 1,700cc for those more familiar with metric measurements), more low-end torque, and more roar, Harley’s classic V-twin motor is better than ever.

Of course, two prizes isn’t enough.  New Hampshire Lottery players who enter the Harley Davidson second chance drawing will also have a chance to win one of 10 $500 Harley Davidson gift cards, or Harley Davidson apparel.

The entry period for the second-chance contest closes at 4 p.m. today, so hurry and enter your non-winning scratch-offs into the Lottery Replay contest.


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Written by Matt Isaacs

Matt is the Editorial Manager for the LotteryHUB News Team. Matt graduated from Rutgers University’s School of Journalism and Media Studies in May 2013



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