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Charitable Gaming

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The Aliveness Project Charitable Gaming operates as a separate organization whose sole mission is to raise funds through legal gaming to return to our parent organization. With the help and support of our bar sites and our customers, we are able to return funds to support the greater mission of The Aliveness Project.

Charitable Gaming offers Pull Tabs, Tri Wheel and Bingo at the following sites (click on site to go to their Web site/Map)

PULL TABS
A paper pull-tab is a multi-ply card with perforated break-open tabs, which are initially covered to conceal one or more numbers or symbols, and where one or more of each set of tickets or cards has been designated in advance as a winner. Our sites mostly play games that are $1 and $2 per ticket games. We play offer either a live booth or a machine at all of our gaming sites. Winning tickets purchased from a machine are redeemed with the bartender.

19 Bar, 19 West 15th Street, Minneapolis, 612-871-5553

Brass Rail, 422 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, 612-332-7245

eagleBOLTbar, 515 Washington Avenue S., Minneapolis, 612-338-4214

Game Sports Bar, 2841 Hennepin Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55408, 612-259-7520

Gay 90's 408 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis MN 55401 612-333-7755

Lush Food Bar 990 Central Avenue Minneapolis MN 55413 612-208-0358

Saloon, 830 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, 612-332-0833

Smack Shack, 603 Washington Ave N, Minneapolis, 612-259-7288

The Town House Bar, 1415 University Ave W, St. Paul, MN 55104, 651-646-7087

Union Bar and Grill, 731 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN 55403, 612-455-6690

ELECTRONIC PULL TABS

The Town House Bar, 1415 University Ave W, St. Paul, MN 55104, 651-646-7087

TRI WHEEL
A Paddle Wheel or Tri Wheel is a manually operated vertical wheel marked off into sections containing numbers or number/symbol combinations that, after being spun, uses a pointer to indicate the winning number on the wheel. A Tri Wheel is like Roulette on the wall. There are three rows of numbers and letters around the wheel, divided into three colored sections that match the betting table. Depending on which color section you place a bet the pay out varies. The blue section pays 35 to one, yellow 17 to one, orange section pays 8 to one. Line bets, betting on the numbers in a line on the table, pay out 3 to one or 4 to one depending on the color selected. There is a minimum $5 bet to spin the wheel. Each sheet of tickets costs $5 and can be split into 5 separate bets or placed on one number.

Smack Shack, 603 Washington Ave No, Minneapolis MN 55401, 612-259-7288
The Wheel is spun on Wednesday and Thursday 6 pm - 11 pm, Friday and Saturday 6 pm - 1 am and Sunday 5 pm - 9 pm

Union Bar and Grill, 731 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN 55403, 612-455-6690
Wheel is spun on Wednesday and Thursday 5 pm to 11 pm, Friday and Saturday 5 pm to 12 pm, Sunday 5 pm to 9 pm

BINGO
Prizes are based on a percentage of the amount of sales for each game. Each program offers a progressive jackpot of $1000. The jackpot starts at 45 numbers called and adds one number each week to a maximum of 60 numbers until the jackpot is given away. Then it restarts at 45 numbers.

The Town House
Join us for BINGO every Friday beginning at 6:00 PM at the Town House.
The Town House, 1415 University Ave. W., St. Paul, 651-646-7087

eagleBOLTbar
Join us for BINGO every Thursday beginning at 8:00 PM at the eagleBOLTbar.
eagleBoltbar, 513 Washington Avenue S., Minneapolis, 613-338-0896

Lush Food Bar
Join us for Bingo every Saturday beginning at 2:00 PM at the Lush Food Bar
Lush Food Bar, 990 Central Avenue Minneapolis MN 55413 612-208-0358

Gay 90's
Join us for Bingo every Wednesday starting at 8:00 PM in the Happy Hour Bar at the Gay 90's
Gay 90's, 408 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55401 612-333-7755

Please show your support for those that support us. All proceeds from these events benefit The Aliveness Project, License #04988. Thank you.

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