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April 2nd, 2013 - St. Paul, Oregon

SuperGame 45 representative Dan Bonebrake announced today that the Bob Gurnsey Scholarship Award has been added as a second beneficiary to the Bryce Hodgekiss Memorial Raffle. The paintball driven scholarship fund promotes higher education for high school students who are active in the paintball community.

The Bob Gurnsey Scholarship Award provided scholarships to seven young adults in 2012. Nine scholarship awards ranging from $500 to $2,500 are available to students in 2013. SuperGame 45 joins a growing list of supporters of the fund, which raises higher education funds through donations from paintball related companies, events and gifts from individuals.

The SuperGame 45 raffle spans all three days of the SuperGame event. From May 3rd through 5th, 2013 participants will have a chance at winning over $25,000 in prizes provided by event sponsors. Raffle ticket sales are always donated to a charitable cause or group, and the SuperGame 45 raffle will benefit both the Bob Gurnsey Scholarship Award and Teen Challenge Oregon.

If you would like to donate to SuperGame 45 raffle, please contact:
Dan Bonebrake or


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