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  • DATE:  Sunday, July 25, 2021

    TIME: 10:00 am

    LOCATION: Downtown Fairbanks

    HOW IT WORKS: 8,000 rubber ducks will race down the mighty Chena River from the Wendell Street Bridge to the finish line at the Cushman Street Bridge. Each numbered duck has a matching pink ticket and a matching yellow ticket numbered to correspond with the numbers on the ducks. The race duck that crosses the finish line FIRST will earn $10,000 CASH for the winning yellow ticket holder and $5,000 for the winning pink ticket holder!  There is over $30,000 in cash and prizes and  a total of 83 prizes up for grabs in this years race!

  • EARLY BIRD DRAWING: All YELLOW tickets purchased through Monday, July 12th will be entered into the Early Bird Drawing for a chance to win $1,500 thanks to MAC Federal Credit Union! 

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  • How Does The Rubber Duckie Race Work? How Does The Rubber Duckie Race Work?

  • DATE:  Sunday, July 25, 2021

    TIME: 10:00 am

    LOCATION: Downtown Fairbanks

    HOW IT WORKS: 8,000 rubber ducks will race down the mighty Chena River from the Wendell Street Bridge to the finish line at the Cushman Street Bridge. Each numbered duck has a matching pink ticket and a matching yellow ticket numbered to correspond with the numbers on the ducks. The race duck that crosses the finish line FIRST will earn $10,000 CASH for the winning yellow ticket holder and $5,000 for the winning pink ticket holder!  There is over $30,000 in cash and prizes and  a total of 83 prizes up for grabs in this years race!

  • Presenting Sponsor:

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  • Early Bird Drawing Sponsor:

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  • Early Bird Drawing to be held on Wednesday, July 14th at 12:00 pm!

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  • Thank you for providing a team of highly skilled professionals for your support in recovering the 8000 rubber ducks from the river so they can be reused year to year, and keep Alaska’s waterways clean. 

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