Pam Kirk says they've only sold 1,370 of the 3,000 raffle tickets. The deadline was originally scheduled for this Friday. It is being extended to March 28.
Evansville Otters General Manager Joel Padfield announced an incentive for those who purchase tickets by this Friday. Fans will be included in a drawing to sit in the "Party Deck Cube" during a game.
Some Easter Seals members say it's a worthy cause.
"It is a great time," said Ben Trockman. "It's a great to see to everybody get involved and this is a great pack between Otters and Easter Seals."
Last years raffle sold more than 2,100 tickets. tickets can be purchased at Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center on Bellmeade Ave.