Kar­ratha woman wins cam­per trailer raf­fle prize

Pilbara News - - News - Ali­cia Per­era

A Kar­ratha woman has won a lat­est-model cam­per trailer in the WA Po­lice Legacy Bike Marathon raf­fle.

Bayn­ton West res­i­dent Alexa Napras­nik was drawn as the first prize win­ner of the po­lice charity raf­fle last week, tak­ing home an $18,500 2016 model Al­bany SE Cam­per sup­plied by the event’s ma­jor spon­sor, PMX Cam­pers.

Ms Napras­nik said she bought the ticket from a co­worker at the air­port and was plan­ning to use her first cam­per trailer to ex­plore more of the North West with her part­ner, start­ing with one of the Kim­ber­ley’s most well-known tracks.

“We’re go­ing to do the Gibb River Road next year, and in fact we were look­ing for a cam­per trailer for that rea­son,” she said.

“(This) will help us make the trip in com­fort.”

The sec­ond prize of $1000 cash was also won by a Kar­ratha res­i­dent.

Kar­ratha po­lice Se­nior Con­sta­ble and raf­fle or­gan­iser Kelsie Green said the sta­tion was al­ways glad to see lo­cals among the main prize win­ners.

She said this year’s raf­fle had been a big suc­cess.

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