Tag: Charity

Saint Bernard’s Classic Corvette Giveaway

Last year we had the opportunity to help the Saint Bernard Catholic Church in Southern Indiana get the word out about their annual Corvette fundraiser and we’re pleased to announce the details of their new 2012 Classic Corvette giveaway. The annual raffle is an important fundraiser as it provides much needed funds for the Church’s

  Comments | By - March 23, 2012

C4 Pink Corvette Aims to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness

If you happen to see a pink 1984 Corvette rolling down the road in the Ohio area in the next few months, you can be sure that it’s probably the PinkVette that aims to raise at least $20,000 for the Meadville Medical Center’s Yolanda G. Barco Oncology Institute in Ohio. A couple of car guys

  Comments | By - March 23, 2012

2012 Carbon Flash ZR1 Burns Rubber for Charity

This gorgeous Carbon Flash 2012 Corvette ZR1 Centennial Edition will be raffled to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation. Shot on location at the Autobahn Speedway in Joliet, Illinois, drifter Ryan Tuerck puts the Michelin PS2 Cup tires to the test as he recreates the famous Komen pink ribbon logo on asphalt with burnt rubber.

  Comments | By - February 29, 2012

In Honor of Evan Thomason: 10th Annual CF Fundraiser for St. Jude

by savewave Corvette Forum Evan Thomason was 10 years old when he lost his battle against cancer on September 22. While the medical and research staff at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital was not able to save Evan, they managed to give him five years he might not have otherwise had with family and friends. […] More »

  Comments | By - December 13, 2011

Join Kerbeck this Saturday for 8th Annual Toys for Tots Corvette Round Up

For the eighth straight year, Corvette owners from all over the northeast will converge on Atlantic City, NJ this Saturday for Kerbeck’s Toys for Tots Corvette Roundup. Last year, donations totaled several thousand toys for the United State Marine Corp’s Toys for Tots campaign and the goal for this year is to exceed those numbers

  Comments | By - October 7, 2011

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