Girls Inc. Raffling Off 2013 Volkswagen Passat

Monday, September 16, 2013

Girls Inc. of Chattanooga is giving away a brand new Volkswagen Passat from Village Volkswagen to one lucky winner. The car, valued at $26,000, will be raffled off on Nov. 1. 

 

Raffle tickets are $50 each and can be purchased through Oct. 31. Tickets can be purchased by visiting

girlsincraffle.org/" target="_blank">www.girlsincraffle.org or by calling 423 624-4757. Odds of winning are 1 in 2,000 or better depending on the number of tickets sold. 100% of raffle proceeds will benefit Girls Inc. programming. 

 

"Village Volkswagen is proud to partner with Girls Inc. to raffle off one of our most popular and highest rated vehicles," said Jon Arbuckle, Fleet Sales manager.   "Girls Inc. does tremendous work in our community, and we fully support their mission."

 


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