So incase you weren't aware, there is a raffle going on right now in HDA. Where you can enter for just 1c and have the chance to win a trial chief rank worth 900c, theres also a MOD rank up for grabs too for 2nd place.
Without further ado, HDA Blog presents; 5 reasons why buying a raffle ticket could change your life
1. It's super cheap.
Did we mention that it's only 1c per ticket and you have the chance to win a 900c rank? Sounds like a good idea if you ask me, spend 1c and make 899 profit?
2. It's a quick promotion
It's frustrating isn't it? You know you can handle that 5iC rank but the 5iC trials are just too far away for your liking. Winning this raffle will send you straight to Trial Chief meaning you can get straight to work on your Chief report without worrying about the 5iC trial.
3. You'll be congratulated (often)
There's nothing quite like being congratulated. Once you join this raffle and win you'll never hear the end of it until your trial is over. You'll be congratulated constantly and once you think it's died down, you pass the trial and the congratulations are back. (It's a great feeling, trust us.)
4. You'll have a great sense of victory
You can feel it already. That feeling when you do something great or get something you really really wanted. That's exactly how winning a 900c rank will feel, you'll be so happy that you'll forget about everything else. (Disclaimer: please do not forget about your report during the feeling of euphoria as missed report deadlines are not good.)
5. It's nearly christmas
I bet you're asking yourself right now 'But I'm above chief, why should I enter?' Well let me tell you, christmas is only 329 days away, so it's the perfect time to be generous. Have a friend below trial chief? If you win the raffle you can simply donate the rank to them, afterall as already mentioned, Christmas is only 329 days away!
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Edited by: Vibrational