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Alexandria, VA – The 2nd Great American Safety Drive, featuring two separate routes, officially got underway last month. The Drive is the MedEvac Foundation’s major fundraising initiative for 2015, a philanthropic event designed specifically to promote safety with our medical transport programs, and their valued partner organizations across the country.
To raise money for this safety drive, they are having a raffle for two amazing cars.
Donated by Air Methods, this 1969 Liberty Blue Pontiac GTO is the result of a complete body off frame up restoration, and the rust free body is as good on the underside as it is on the top. The total restoration, coupled with various high quality options, make this one of the best cars for getting out and driving. In the right hands, this represents an affordable classic with an expectation of retaining long term value.
Donated by Metro Aviation, the new 2015 cherry-red Camaro convertible is the perfect combination of distinct design, cutting-edge technology and exhilarating performance. Behind the wheel is a high-tech cockpit designed for an ideal driving experience. The 2015 Camaro is genetically engineered to give you the most out of it.
So how can you buy raffle tickets to have a chance to win one of these great cars, and help the Safety Drive reach its goal? You can purchase your tickets here, and for full rules on how the raffle works, you can check those out here.
I think this a great way to promote the need for air evac programs, air medical support, and education. So check out the raffle, maybe buy a ticket or two, they are $50 each, and each one gets you one chance closer to winning one of those 2 great prizes. ~Tom
Note: As of this posting, the following states do not allow online raffle sales: Alabama, California, Hawaii, Indiana, Kansas, Montana, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, & Washington. Please check with these states in case of any updates.