[VIDEO] Give the Gift of Winning a Lost Corvette for the Holidays


[VIDEO] Give the Gift of Winning a Lost Corvette for the Holidays

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As we draw closer to the holidays, we are working hard to come up with some out-of-the-box gift ideas. What if you could give a friend of loved one a sweepstakes ticket that has the power to turn itself a real Corvette? And not just any Corvette, but one of the 26 Corvettes still available in the Lost Corvettes Sweepstakes!

Give the Gift of Winning a Lost Corvette for the Holidays

There’s still time to get your tickets to the Lost Corvette Sweepstakes and CorvetteBlogger readers can get double the tickets using promo code CB01! Proceeds from the Lost Corvettes help the National Guard Educational Foundation so you can feel good about supporting a worth cause while also having a shot at one of 26 Corvettes still remaining.

Last month the first 10 Corvettes from the famous VH1/Peter Max collection were given away during a ceremony held in Times Square. There, the initial 10 winners would learn which year Corvette they would be taking home! Here they are all lined up!

The Lost Corvettes Collection featured an example of every model year from 1953 to 1989. While 10 Corvettes have found new homes, there are still 26 Corvettes remaining and these cars will be given away in the second drawing held on or around March 31, 2021. Double your entries today!

The Lost Corvettes still offered include ’53, ’55, ’56, ’58, ’59, ’60, ’61, ’62, ’66, ’67, ’68, ’69, ’70, ’71, ’73, ’74, ’76, ’77, ’78, ’80, ’81, ’82, ’84, ’85, ’87, ’89.

Give the Gift of Winning a Lost Corvette for the Holidays

You can win one of these fabulous Corvettes with tickets starting at just $3. And if you do get the call that you’ve won, the Corvette Heroes will even pay the winner’s taxes! Proceeds benefit the National Guard Education Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization so your ticket purchase are tax-deductible.

Nearly 470,000 Citizen Soldiers and Airmen comprise the Army and Air National Guard. Founded in 1975, the National Guard Educational Foundation’s purpose is to tell the Guard’s story. Located in the National Guard Memorial Building in Washington, D.C., NGEF relies solely on charitable contributions to carry out its mission to present the rich heritage and continuing contributions of the National Guard of the United States.