The Chumpy Pullin Foundation Blakey Johnston Worlds Longest Surf Raffle has come to an exciting end, and the winners have been announced! Congratulations to Sean Anker, Geoff Dunstan, and Leonie Stevens, the lucky winners of this fantastic raffle.
The Chumpy Pullin Foundation is a non-profit organization that aims to promote mental health awareness, particularly among athletes. This foundation was established in honor of Alex “Chumpy” Pullin, an Australian Olympic snowboarder who tragically passed away in 2020. Pullin was a strong advocate for mental health, and his legacy lives on through this foundation.
The raffle’s first prize goes to Sean Anker from Dolans Bay, NSW, who has won an incredible Pedal Electric Core Electric Bike. The Pedal Electric Core Electric Bike is an eco-friendly bike that allows riders to pedal or use the electric motor.
Geoff Dunstan from Cronulla NSW has won the second prize, a Chilli Surfboard Package with fins, grip, and leggie. This prize is perfect for surfers looking to upgrade their surfboard equipment and take their surfing to the next level.
Lastly, Leonie Stevens from Dalmeny, NSW has won the third prize, a $500 Triple Bull Voucher. This prize allows Leonie to choose from a range of high-quality surf products from the Triple Bull store.
Winning any of these fantastic prizes would be an excellent opportunity for any surfing enthusiast, and it is even better that the raffle’s proceeds go to a great cause. Mental health awareness is critical, particularly in the current climate, and this raffle is a great way to support this cause while also having a chance to win fantastic prizes.
Once again, congratulations to Sean Anker, Geoff Dunstan, and Leonie Stevens on their well-deserved prizes, and a big thank you to everyone who participated in the raffle and supported the Chumpy Pullin Foundation’s important work.