Win a 2017 Corvette at Covettes at Carlisle in Support of Chip Miller

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Win a 2017 Corvette at Covettes at Carlisle in Support of Chip Miller


Even though Corvette enthusiast Chip Miller isn’t with us physically anymore, he continues to have a positive effect on the world left behind.

Miller was known worldwide for his resilient positive attitude, his passion for Corvettes, his tremendous personal Corvette collection, and for creating the highly popular Corvettes at Carlisle show in Pennsylvania.

Sadly, In December 2003, Chip was diagnosed with a little-known disease called Amyloidosis and passed away on March 25, 2004. Had Chip and his doctors been aware of the symptoms of the disease when they first presented, this legend might still be with us today.

Chip lives on, however, through the Chip Miller Amyloidosis Foundation, which along with the Lancaster County Corvette Club is sponsoring a raffle for a 2017 Torch Red Corvette coupe with eight-speed automatic transmission as a fundraiser for the CMAF and Clare House. The Stingray will be given away during Corvettes at Carlisle on Saturday, Aug. 26 at 7 p.m.

Just 1,000 tickets will be sold at $100 each, and tickets are available in advance at JodiM@CarlisleEvents.com. This form will allow a ticket or tickets to be randomly selected for you.

The winning ticket will be based on the Pennsylvania Lottery’s Pick 3 daily number drawing, meaning that a winning ticket will have three numbers ranging anywhere between 000 and 999. There will be two announcements, one at the stage on grounds and another downtown at the square in Carlisle as part of the Downtown Carlisle Parade and Street Party. If selected, the winner is responsible for applicable taxes and must claim their prize within 30 days of notification or the prize will be forfeited.


Source:
Chip Miller Amyloidosis Foundation

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