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  • DATE:  Sunday, July 19, 2020

    TIME: 10:00 am

    LOCATION: Watch the race online! We’ll publish the weblink to watch along as we get closer to race day.

    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!

    NEW IN 2020! You can buy your Rubber Duckie Race Tickets online!  If you prefer the good ol paper tickets, you can buy them soon from any Sunrise Bagel & Espresso location, the Fairbanks Chamber office, or select business vendors. A full list will be published once paper tickets are available for purchase.  

     

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    EARLY BIRD DRAWING: All yellow tickets purchased through Monday, July 6 will be entered into the Early Bird Drawing for a chance to win $1,500 thanks to MAC Federal Credit Union! We're going to live stream the drawing on Facebook!

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  • Here is the final prize list for the 2020 Rubber Duckie Race!

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  • Presenting Sponsor:

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  • Early Bird Drawing Sponsor:

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  • Early Bird Drawing to be held on Wednesday, July 8 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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