Current Sponsorships :

Clean Sweep The Fireplace Shop is EXTREMELY proud to sponsor Shining Rock Classical Academy!

More about Shining Rock Classical Academy

Shining Rock Classical Academy is Haywood County's FIRST tuition free public charter school. They currently serve Kindergarten through Seventh grades, and have plans to grow to Twelfth grade. They are a Challenge Foundation Academy (SRCA-CFA), which is a public charter school that offers college-preparatory education. It's open to North Carolina students, and is TUITION-FREE!

Their Mission is to engage all students in a manner that challenges them to excel in school, and in life. They specialize in using an integrated / content-rich curriculum, that helps students develop a strong foundation in critical thinking, as well as cultivating a lifelong love of learning. They encourage Local, and Global Citizenship, and they practice six core values :

  • Integrity
  • Respect
  • Compassion
  • Responsibility
  • Wisdom
  • Leadership

At Clean Sweep The Fireplace Shop we can respect, and fully back teaching the youth of our beautiful state with forward, progressive thinking! We also firmly believe in higher education for our youth. Not only do we want to see North Carolina prosper in the current, but we very much want to see the future leaders of tomorrow exceed the ground-work laid before them! These are a few of the many reasons that Clean Sweep Fireplace Shop has chosen to sponsor SRCA for the 2016 - 2017 year!

More about the sponsorship -

SRCA is currently only a second year school...with that said, there are a lot of areas in which they are lacking necessities. One of those areas is with sports equipment, as well as jerseys for their 2016 / 2017 teams. The sponsorship also includes a 2016 reverse raffle - We'd like to take a minute to mention more about what comes with the various sponsorships, as well as the raffle :


Unlike a typical raffle, in a Reverse Raffle the purchaser of the last ticket drawn wins the Grand Prize.

  • GRAND PRIZE: up to $10,000 will be awarded on Friday, Nov 4, 2016 at The Gateway Club in Waynesville. 
  • The event begins at 6:30pm. Doors will open no earlier than 6pm. 
  • 200 $100 tickets can be sold, each ticket is for 2 persons for dinner and a chance to win. 100 $100 extra chance tickets will also be sold.
  • A minimum of 300 tickets must be sold for the $10,000 to be awarded. If fewer than 300 tickets are sold, the Grand Prize will be 1/3 of the Gross Proceeds.
  • Gross Proceeds is defined as the total number of tickets sold @ $100.00 per ticket.
  • A maximum of 300 tickets will be sold.
  • Ticket cost is $100.00 each.  A table may also be purchased for $600 and includes a reserved table for 8 (4 tickets plus 1 extra chance ticket) signage at the event as well as at SRCA and other athletic events throughout the year.
  • You must be 21 years or older to purchase a Reverse Raffle Ticket.
  • A ticket is considered purchased when complete payment ($100.00) has been received and recorded by the Reverse Raffle Chairperson.
  • Ticket sales will stop on Nov 4th, 2016 at 3pm (unless all 300 tickets have been sold prior to that time).
  • The drawing will take place intermittently throughout the night with the final drawing at 8:30pm.
  • The final 3 ticket holders will have decided whether or not they will split at time of purchase.  If there is agreement to stop and split, the Grand Prize will be divided between the 3 ticket holders. If one person does not want to split, the raffle will continue and another ticket will be drawn. From this point forward, the remaining ticket holders can split the Grand Prize if that was indicated on their ticket.
  • Winner of the Grand Prize need not be present to win.
  • Businesses, companies and nonprofit organizations may purchase a ticket or several people can share the cost of a ticket. However, a ticket order form of all persons sharing the raffle ticket must be completed and submitted to the Reverse Raffle Chairperson.
  • One person must be named as the Ticket Owner. The Ticket Owner controls the ticket and is responsible for making the decision to split the Grand Prize with the other finalists. Prizes will be awarded to the ticket owner who is responsible for sharing the proceeds with the other ticket holders.
  • Winners are solely responsible for any and all taxes due on the awards.
  • In the event of a dispute or controversy, Jerimy Rinker, SRCA AD, will rule.

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