The National Corvette Museum’s Corvette raffles provides the non-profit organization with the necessary funds to carry out their day to day operations. But let’s face it, not everyone can participate in some of the higher end raffles which cost anywhere from $100 to $500 per ticket. That’s why we appreciate the raffle coming up this Thursday that’s for us “regular Joes” who can afford to lay down $10 for the opportunity to help the museum and maybe win a brand new 2012 Corvette Coupe!
Yes, it’s the return of the $10 raffle at the National Corvette Museum. This Thursday, February 2 at 3pm ET, a ticket will be drawn and the lucky winner will get to drive off in a 2012 Torch Red Corvette Coupe loaded with these options:
- Torch Red Exterior
- Transparent Removable Roof Panel
- Cashmere Interior with crossed flag embroidery on headrests
- 3LT Package with Navigation, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Bose premium 9-speaker system
- Dual Mode Performance Exhaust
- 6-Speed Automatic Transmission with Paddle Shift
- 5-spoke Chome Aluminum Wheels
- Memory package, recalls 2 driver ‘presets’ for 6-way power seat, outside mirrors
- Battery Protection Package
- Museum R8C Delivery Program
In addition to the Grand Prize, the NCM is also offering a beautiful Corvette quilt as a 2nd place prize. The quilt is handmade by Holly Anderson, the wife of NCM Board Member Richard Anderson and features many embroidered generations of Corvettes is a bold design.
You don’t have to be present to win, but you do have to purchase a raffle ticket to be included in this great opportunity to help out the museum and maybe win a new Corvette.
Unlike most of the other NCM raffles, the $10 Corvette raffle features unlimited tickets so you can purchase more than one. We purchased our $10 raffle ticket for the Torch Red Corvette Coupe when we visited the NCM over Thanksgiving, so make sure you get yours as it helps fund our Corvette museum!
Winner must be 18 years old with a valid driver’s license. NCM Corvette raffles are licensed by the Kentucky Department of Charitable Gaming – License Number ORG0000854.
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