Could You Get a BMW Convertible for $100? Someone Will.

BMW Clara Maas RaffleIt only takes one. Winner, that is. One lucky ticket holder, who paid $100 for a raffle entry, will drive away in a shiny new BMW convertible this December — and help Clara Maas Medical Center Foundation raise funds to benefit the cancer services it helps provide.

Only 1,500 tickets will be sold for the Alpine White 2013 BMW 128i Convertible, which will be given away on December 10. Now on display in the hospital’s lobby, the car has a gleaming white exterior, smooth black upholstery, power-folding automatic soft top, and chrome line trim.

The dream car is valued at $38,325, and tickets cost $100 each. They can be purchased via the CMMC Foundation and at the Administrative Offices at Clara Maass, both located at 1 Clara Maass Drive in Belleville, and also online.

Last year, a retired Bayonne firefighter drove away in a Candy-Apple Red MINI Cooper Hardtop raffled off by CMMC Foundation.

You need to be 18 years or older to purchase a raffle ticket, so if you just got your license, be sure to bring a parent along! The winner does not need to be present to win.

For more information about the raffle and rules, visit the raffle detail page or contact 973-450-2277.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. When I followed the link from here, I got a web site but they didn’t seem to have it set up to purchase tix. I emailed them to get more info. Thanks, Dogmom. One of us will be tooling around the burg in new wheels, I hope!

  2. Do the math: this is a car valued at $38,325 (which you could probably get for about $30,000 if you walked into the show room with cash). 1500 X $100 = $150,000.

    Every car dealer should be selling all their cars for $100.

    Probably you could get a roundtrip ticket to Vegas and three free nights hotel for this $100. Or maybe just settle for a nice dinner at your favorite restaurant. At least then you would get something for your money.

  3. idrather, Yes you could eat for $100. For one night. And Vegas doesn’t just give away rooms to everyone, they have to like you (and you have to play enough for them to invest in your stay). But you won’t be fighting cancer at the Orange Squirrel or at the craps table.
    This is for someone who would normally donate $50-$100 for charity and in return, they have a chance to win a BMW Convertible.

    Enjoy your time share seminar, because that is the only way you will see Vegas for 3 days including air fare on $100 budget

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