You Can Win Jeff Gordon's Personal Corvette and Up To $15,000 In Cash
Proceeds Support Fight 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, intends to three-peat the previous two year’s record-breaking $1 million raised for childhood cancer research.
To realize this goal, he is donating a Corvette from his personal collection – a 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Coupe – along with $15,000.
Tickets to win the car and cash are available May 4 – July 1 for $100 each at www.CorvetteForACure.org and only 10,000 will be sold. In addition to the chance to win Gordon’s car there also are three “stage drawings” of $5,000 each.
The earlier a ticket is purchased, the more chances there are to win. All federal taxes will be paid on the car and cash prizes, and Gordon will personally hand over the keys and sign over the title.
10,000 tickets are available May 4 – July 1. They are $100 each and sold out early last year.
This year’s car is Jeff Gordon’s personal 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Coupe in Watkins Glen Grey Metallic Exterior with Torch Red Fender Hash Marks and Jet Black Interior, which he hand-picked from Jeff Gordon Chevrolet in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Sticker price = $80,305 with features including:
- Aluminum 6.2 Liter LT1 Engine; rated at 460 Horsepower and 465 lb.-ft. of Torque
- 7-Speed Manual Transmission with Active Rev Matching; 0-60 Performance of 3.6 Seconds
- Grand Sport Performance Package – Performance Suspension, Magnetic Ride Control, Slotted Brake Rotors, Electronic Limited Slip Differential, Black Aluminum Wheels (19” Front, 20” Rear), Summer Only Run-Flat Tires, Rear Differential Cooler, Multi-Mode Performance Exhaust, Performance Gear Ratios, Dry Sump Oil System
- Removeable Carbon Fiber Roof Panel Painted Watkins Glen Grey Metallic, Carbon Fiber Hood, Rear Spoiler, Front Splitter, Side Rocker Extensions, Custom Red Brake Calipers, Carbon Flash Badge Package
This is the 13th year of the Corvette program, which has raised nearly $8 million in the previous 13 years. 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 $19 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.
To buy tickets for the Corvette program, review complete rules, and learn more about the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation visit www.CorvetteForACure.org.