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LOTTERY CELEBRATES HARLEY'S 105TH ANNIVERSARY! “Harley-Davidson®" Instant game on sale now!
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
Media Contact:  Kym Gerlock
615-324-6555 Office
615-604-2827 Mobile

NASHVILLE - The Tennessee Lottery has partnered with Harley-Davidson® to celebrate the popular motorcycle's 105th anniversary with a new
instant-ticket game, "Harley-Davidson®." The game, now available at Lottery retailers throughout the state, offers players a chance to
win a Harley-Davidson® Fat Boy® 105th Anniversary Edition Bike in addition to prize packages and cash.
Not only do players have a chance to win this exciting special-edition bike instantly, but they can also enter non-winning tickets into a
series of second-chance drawings to win one of 476 Harley-Davidson® prize packs that include licensed merchandise, including a suede cap,
clock, backpack, 105th Anniversary T-shirt, tumbler set, blanket and sunglasses. One Harley-Davidson® Fat Boy® 105th Anniversary Edition Bike
will also be awarded through a final Grand Prize Drawing.

To enter the second-chance drawings, players simply register a non-winning Harley-Davidson® instant ticket at look for the Harley-Davidson® logo and click.

In addition to Harley-Davidson®, the Lottery is also launching three other new instant games this week, including "4X the Win," "Lucky Joker" and "Hit $100!" For details about these and other Lottery games, please visit our website or call the Player Services Hotline at 1-877-786-7529. In the Metro Nashville area, call 615-254-4946.

Since the Tennessee Lottery began selling tickets on Jan. 20, 2004, it has raised more than $1.2 billion to fund specific education programs, including college scholarships, pre-kindergarten and after-school programs. For more information, please visit For information about Lottery-funded scholarships, visit

© 2008 H-D. All Rights Reserved. Harley-Davidson, the Bar & Shield logo and Fat Boy are among the registered trademarks of H-D Michigan.

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