Winning Futures Alumni Awarded Use of a New Corvette for a Weekend


Winning Futures Alumni Win Use of a New Corvette for a Weekend

How would you like to be able to drive a Corvette for a weekend?

If you happen to be a former student of a Michigan-based mentoring program called Winning Futures, you just might get that honor.

Winning Futures, founded in 1994, is teaming with Warren, Michigan’s Hamilton Chevrolet to award one of its former students with the use of a Corvette for a weekend.

Some years back, Winning Futures gave a reward to an outstanding high school student for their goal-setting achievements and decided to bring the idea back in a little different way.

“Students in the program were highly motivated to do well in class and increase their goals by the chance to drive a Corvette for a week,” said Kristina Marshall, Winning Futures’ president and CEO. “So, this year we decided to revive the program with a bit of a twist to encourage feedback about the impact of Winning Futures by alumni. We are hoping to reach as many alumni across the country as possible with the help of the media and other alumni spreading the word through a social media campaign.”

If you graduated from Winning Futures, you’re eligible to win the use of the car no matter where you may live now. To enter, just complete a short online survey at The lucky winner will be drawn on June 8 and announced to the media.

SRG Global and Hamilton Chevrolet are sponsoring the costs of the evaluation process to assess the long-term impact Winning Futures has on its students.

Winning Futures is an award winning nonprofit organization that makes a difference in the lives of young people by offering school-based mentoring programs and workshops for middle school and high school students in Southeast Michigan.

Its programs focus on the life skills of character value identification, goal setting, career preparation, and strategic planning. Founded in 1994 by entrepreneur Sam Cupp, Winning Futures now partners with organizations throughout the country to implement our life skills workbooks and activities. For more information, visit or call 586-294-8449.

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