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The Cows ‘n Cabs Raffle

We’re giving you a chance to win two (2) general admission tickets to Cows ‘n Cabs this weekend! To enter, fill out the form below. Winner will be chosen on Friday, November 10, 2022 and notified by email.

Cows ‘n Cabs is an annual charity fundraising event that features mini-plate tastings from over 25 gourmet Orlando restaurants paired with over 75 wines and an array of craft beers and cocktails. The 10th Cows ‘n Cabs benefits charities that support Central Florida children, including After-School All Stars Orlando and 4 Roots; so grab your boots and cowboy hat and come along for a wonderful evening of live music and food celebrating the local community and helping others. .

Cows ‘n Cabs benefits charities that support children in need in Central Florida, including After School All Stars i 4 Roots. 100% of all proceeds go to charities that support children in need in Central Florida. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact


No purchase necessary. One valid ticket per contestant per day.

You must be 21 years of age or older at the time of entry to enter this contest. This contest is void where prohibited by law.

Winners will be notified by email. If a winner cannot be found after 12 hours, or if that winner is unavailable for prize delivery, an alternate winner will be selected. If no eligible winner is found for the prize, the prize will not be awarded.

Orlando Magazine reserves the right to substitute any prize with one of equal or greater value.

Orlando Magazine reserves the right to restrict local winners only to individuals whose primary residence is within a 60-mile radius of Orlando, FL.

Employees of Orlando Magazine, its respective parent, subsidiaries, affiliates, advertising sponsors and promotional agencies, and the immediate family members of each are not eligible.

Contest entrants agree to abide by the terms of these Official Rules and the decisions of the contest commissioners, which are final in all matters related to the contest.

Entrants further grant Orlando Magazine the right to use and publish their name and status online and in print, or any other media, in connection with the Contest.

Orlando Magazine reserves the right to use all information related to the Contest, including information about contestants obtained through the Contest, for marketing purposes or any other purpose, unless prohibited by law.

The Contest and all related pages and contents are copyright of Orlando Magazine. Unauthorized copying or use of any copyrighted, trademarked or other intellectual property material without the express written consent of its owner is strictly prohibited.

Each winner, by accepting the prize, agrees to release all Sponsors and their parent and subsidiary companies, their officers, directors, employees, agents, shareholders, affiliates, suppliers, distributors and advertising agencies from all liability, claims or shares of any kind for injury, damage or loss to persons and property that may be suffered in connection with the receipt, ownership or use of the prize.

Orlando Magazine is not responsible for internet blockages or slowdowns caused by network congestion, viruses, sabotage, satellite failures, telephone line failures, power outages, natural disasters or acts of man or God .

All posted results are unofficial until winners respond to email notification.

Each winner is responsible for all federal, state and local taxes and will be required to complete an IRS W-9 form. Sponsor reserves the right to withhold prizes until the completed W-9 form is received.

This contest is not intended for gambling. If a contestant is found to be using the contest for gambling purposes, they will be disqualified and reported to the authorities.

Orlando Magazine reserves the right to change the rules at any time.

This contest is officially sponsored by Orlando Magazine.

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