I have made no secret about the fact that I love the new Chevy Camaro. As a matter of fact I was just thinking the other day how AWESOME it would be to take a Camaro on a rode trip. Let me explain- back in 2007 I rented a car to do a little road trip because my Rav was not so reliable. That car ended up by chance being a Chevy HHR- so basically I tested it out for 700+ miles. I ended up falling in love with it, so I then went to the dealership a couple months later and bought one. This year I have a road trip planned where I will drive from here to Vegas to get Misty and together we will be going to Phoenix for the race in November- how uber cool would it be for us to take that trip in a Camaro? Well even if I win Tony Stewart’s Camaro I will probably be going in my HHR because I doubt I will have the Camaro by then. Plus since the raffle tickets to win Tony’s Camaro are only $25.00 this year- I am sure there will be a of entries to compete with.
Yeah that’s a big convoluted but totally true story about my lust of the Chevy Camaro – all to let you know that you only have LESS THAN A MONTH LEFT to buy raffle tickets where you too can be in the running to win Tony Stewart’s 2011 Convertible Camaro.
However- if you don’t win the grand prize convertible Camaro…you may win one of two COMPLETELY awesome VIP race packages. These packages are ALMOST as awesome as the Camaro. There is the NASCAR race package that includes 2 tickets to a 2012 NASCAR race of choice, Airfare, Hotel, Race Scanner Rentals, Pre-Race Pit Passes and a Meet and Greet with Tony Stewart. There is also the Eldora VIP race package which includes 4 suite tickets to 2012 Eldora Speedway race of choice, VIP campsite, 4 pit passes, autographed souvenirs and more. You can check out the Smoke Camaro webpage for more details on the prize packages as well as to purchase your raffle tickets. Tickets are on sale until OCTOBER 24th!
ALL proceeds from the raffle go to the Tony Stewart Foundation to help chronically ill children, abused and endangered animals and injured race racers.
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