Thursday, June 14, 2018

Win Jeff Gordon’s 2013 Chevrolet Corvette and Help Pediatric Cancer Research & Treatment

Win Jeff Gordon’s 2013 Chevrolet Corvette and Help Pediatric Cancer Research & Treatment

Help Kids Battling Cancer

Win Jeff Gordon’s 2013 Chevrolet Corvette and Help Pediatric Cancer Research & Treatment
The Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation raffle program is back for its thirteenth year, giving you a chance to win one of Jeff Gordon’s personal cars.

This year you have a chance to win a car that is very special to me. This 60th Anniversary 427 Corvette Convertible has been a highlight of my personal collection. I am parting with it in hopes that together we can raise another one million dollars for childhood cancer research. Through this program, you have raised more that seven million for kids fighting cancer. Last year, you helped achieve an early sell out, raising a record million dollars. I need your help to do again this year – Jeff Gordon, four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion; 2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame Class Inductee; currently an announcer for Fox NASCAR, and a top executive for Hendrick Motorsports.

The Car

60th Anniversary 2013 Chevrolet Corvette 427
Convertible Collector Edition

  • • Sticker price: $90,490
    60th Anniversary 2013 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Convertible Collector Edition
  • • 427-cubic-inch (7.0L) LS7 engine rated at 505 horsepower (377 kW) and 470 lb.-ft. of torque (637 Nm)
  • • 6-speed manual transmission
  • • 0-60 performance of 3.8 seconds, quarter-mile performance of 11.8 seconds, lateral acceleration of 1.04 g, and a top speed of more than 190 mph
  • • Arctic White exterior with full-length racing stripes in Pearl Silver Blue, including a tonal stripe stitched into the blue convertible top extending the graphic theme over the roof
  • • Blue Diamond leather-wrapped interior with suede accents
  • • ZR1-style rear spoiler, special badging, gray-painted brake calipers and “60th” logo on wheel center caps, steering wheel and seat headrests
  • • Carbon fiber raised hood, Z06-style fenders, floor panels, and “CFZ” carbon fiber front splitter and rocker panels
  • • 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels wrapped in ZR1-style Michelin PS2 tires

Click Here to Secure Your Tickets Before They Sell Out
Only 10,000 Available

Your ticket purchase allows the Jeff Gordon Foundation to fund pediatric cancer research to improve outcomes for children battling cancer. To date, Corvette For A Cure has generated nearly $7 million to develop more effective, less toxic treatments for kids throughout the United States. Further, as a supporter of Corvette For A Cure you will receive an invitation to their ‘Celebration Event’ in Charlotte this Fall. 

Survivor’s Story

While in Michigan for the June 2005 Batman Begins 400, Jeff met Jonathan, an inspiring 10-year-old who was battling childhood cancer. Jonathan was diagnosed with leukemia, a cancer of the white blood cells, when he was 8 years old. He was on his second year of treatment when he met Jeff. On that day, the race theme was Batman — celebrating a fictional character commonly referred to as a superhero. Jonathan’s superhero, though, wore a fire suit instead of a cape and drove a Chevy painted with the number 24 instead of the Batmobile.

Jonathan and Jeff - Survivor’s Story
Sitting at a small picnic table behind Jeff’s RV, the two would share an experience that Jonathan describes as “one of the best moments of [his] childhood.” Though the humid June day was overcast, Jonathan’s smile brightened one very important photo of he and his hero.

Jonathan and Jeff - Survivor’s StoryThirteen years after their initial meeting Jonathan and Jeff shared a smile again. In March 2018 at Auto Club Speedway in California, Jonathan showed Jeff a photo that he is still proud of today — the photo taken the day he met Jeff for the very first time. When Jeff learned that Jonathan is cancer free, he wrote “wishes do come true” across the special photo. Jonathan’s wish to tell Jeff he won his race against cancer came true.

Jeff’s wish is that all children battling cancer will win their race. The Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation seeks to fund promising research that will help kids win their race against cancer. When you purchase a Corvette raffle ticket you’re helping children win that race. And you too could be a hero who drives a Chevy.

NASCAR Race Mom purchased her ticket (as she does yearly). Wish NRM luck!

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