You Can Win Jeff Gordon's Personal Corvette and $10,000 Cash
Proceeds Support Race Against Childhood Cancer Through Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation
Four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon, one of the most iconic names in racing and pop culture, launches his namesake Foundation’s fifteenth annual CORVETTE FOR A CURE fundraiser on July 8.
Since 2006, Gordon has donated one of his personal Corvettes to Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation with tickets made available for purchase that provide the opportunity to win it.
To date, this program alone has raised nearly $9 million for underfunded childhood cancer research.
Tickets are available at www.CorvetteForACure.org July 8—August 19 for $100 each, and only a limited number will be sold.
The car for this year’s program is a 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray Coupe.
This eighth generation Corvette is the all-new, first-ever mid-engine Corvette produced by Chevrolet, and one of a limited number currently available due to a delayed production schedule.
Heralded as revolutionary by automotive experts and enthusiasts, this Corvette is unlike any that has come before it.
Everyone who purchases tickets to win Gordon’s Corvette C8 July 8—15 also will be automatically entered into an additional $10,000 cash prize drawing.
All federal taxes will be paid on both the car and cash prize.
Circumstances permitting, Gordon will personally hand over the keys and sign over the title to the winner.
Tickets have previously sold out early for the past three years.
Details on Jeff Gordon’s 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray Couple include:
-- 6.2 Liter V8, 495 HP & 470 .lb-ft of Torque
-- 8-Speed Dual Clutch Automatic Transmission
-- 0-60 Miles Per Hour in 2.9 Seconds
-- Torch Red Exterior | Jet Black Interior
-- Z51 Performance Package
-- 3LT Premium Equipment Package
-- Targa Top Removable Roof
-- Magnetic Ride Control
-- Front Adjustable Lift | 2” Adjustability with 1,000 Way Points
Gordon started the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation in 1999 – a 501(c)(3) public charity – to help improve outcomes for children diagnosed with cancer.
Since then, more than $20 million has been used to fund some of the most promising research in childhood cancer, as well as open the Jeff Gordon Children’s Hospital in Concord, N.C., and the Butaro Cancer Center of Excellence in Rwanda.
Cancer is the number one cause of death by disease for children, and families of two children every hour receive the devastating news of a cancer diagnosis.
Only four percent of the National Cancer Institute’s budget goes to pediatric cancer, with pharmaceutical companies contributing minimal resources, leaving childhood cancer heavily reliant upon private donations like those from Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation.
To buy tickets for the Corvette program, review complete rules, and learn more about Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation visit www.CorvetteForACure.org.