Retired Giants Quarterback Eli Manning is joining the Celebrity ALL IN Challenge which offers thrilling experiences for auction with the proceeds going to Coronavirus relief efforts.
The two-time Super Bowl MVP is offering up a 2011 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible he received after defeating the New England Patriots 21-17 in Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis in 2012.
Manning made the announcement of his contribution on twitter which shows the 2011 Corvette Grand Sport with the top down parked in his driveway. In the video, Manning challenges the New York Giants to offer up their own package to help Coronavirus relief efforts.
As for his contribution, Manning says that he will “hand deliver” the car to the winning bidder, while also meeting some friends and family, and maybe grab some lunch. Eli also adds that a free driving lesson might also be in the cards. “And maybe I’ll even teach you how to handle this bad boy,” says the former quarterback.
Eli Manning has accepted the #ALLINCHALLENGE. Go to https://t.co/D0FYe6rxZw to participate & enter for a chance to hang out with Eli Manning to help feed the hungry during this challenging time. pic.twitter.com/sjYxMaK2kV— New York Giants (@Giants) April 15, 2020
The ALL IN Challenge was organized by Michael Rubin, Fanatics.com executive chairman and a partner with the Philadelphia 76ers. When you visit allinchallenge.com, you will see all the different experiences being offered by celebrities from sports, music, and movies.
I also wanted to note that we wrote about Eli Manning being named Super Bowl MVP in February 2012 and all the on-field photos and post-game awards showed the Corvette to be a 2012 Centennial Edition Grand Sport while the car parked in his driveway is a Cyber Gray 2011 Grand Sport with Hash Marks.
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