The Fifth Annual Climate XChange Tesla Raffle — Partners & Services
Raffle Verification (“Audit”)
John P. Fahey, CPA, and Zachary Canter, review and verify the Fifth Annual Climate XChange Tesla Raffle (the Raffle). They first provided their services to Climate XChange beginning with the 2017 Raffle. Their involvement includes but is not limited to:
- Verifying that our website complies with Massachusetts Attorney General regulations (940 CMR 12.00)
- Examining our procedures for selling and tracking our handling of raffle tickets
- Validating our procedures for entering ticket stubs into the Drawing and picking the Winners
- Observing the Drawing
John has prior experience handling raffles, which is good news for us and you. John is a Principal of Wald & Company, P.C.
Wald & Company may be found at:
Crown Colony Office Park
300 Congress St. Unit 406
Quincy, Ma 02169
Tel 617.439.0600 Fax 617.439.7080
Here are John and Arthur observing the Drawing from our 2017 Carbon Pricing Awareness Raffle, which was held on the footsteps of the Old West Church, Climate XChange’s headquarters, 131 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA on Independence Day, July 4, 2017:
The Climate XChange Carbon Pricing Awareness Raffle obtains its legal counsel from attorney Timothy Monahan, Esq., of Bowditch & Dewey, LLP. Tim’s practice focuses on business and finance, as well as company formation, joint venture structuring, mergers & acquisitions, regulatory compliance and securities filings. Tim graciously added our needs to his practice and has previously advised the Raffle on our successful 2015, 2017, 2018, and 2019 Raffles.
Tim may be reached at the firm’s Worcester, MA, office:
Bowditch & Dewey, LLP
311 Main Street
P.O. Box 15156
Worcester, MA 01615-0156
Building the best website and service for our Raffle requires the dedicated efforts of a CXC team responsible for website design and implementation, including a “front end” that consists of all the web presentation-related assets and code plus a “back end” that consists of a database engine, customer handling engine, and a ticket processor. We extend our team with the able assistance of three consulting resources.
Michael Herchenroder consults to CXC for the Raffle database (the “back end”). He is particularly involved with the database operations that power the website, including tracking ticket purchasers and tickets themselves, and generating the necessary internal milestones and reports. Michael’s CXC involvement started with 17CPAR. Michael may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Julianna Stoll (email@example.com) provides consulting advice and assistance for the User Interface, Graphics Design and the Website Architecture (the “front end”). Her CXC involvement started with our raffle in 2015. She also assisted with our raffles in 2017, 2018, and 2019–2020.
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