Cary Chamber: Who Wants to Win a Fiat?

Story & photo by Hal Goodtree.

Cary, NC – Someone in the greater Cary metroplex is going to win a brand-new Fiat 500c convertible. It could be you.

2012 Cary Chamber Car Raffle & Auction

The sleek and sexy Fiat 500c, generously donated by Hendrick Cary Auto Mall, will be raffled off to support the Cary Chamber of Commerce.

At the gala event on March 1, 2012 at Prestonwood Country Club, the winning raffle ticket will be drawn. The event will also feature a silent auction with hundreds of items up for bid. In the past, auction items have included sports memorabilia, rounds of golf, vacations and restaurant gift certificates.

Fiat 500 Convertible – A Head-Turner

There is no doubt that the Fiat 500c is fun to drive – peppy, responsive and well-appointed.

Pop open the top and let the blue Carolina sky pour into the car.  Settle into the leather seats and wrap your hands around the leather steering wheel. Crank up some tunes on the  seven audio speakers. Roll down Academy Street and watch the heads turn.

Consumers love this car, giving it 4.5 out of 5 stars on Edmunds.

How much would you love driving a brand new Fiat convertible if you won it in a raffle?

Event Details

Cary Chamber Car Raffle
Win a 2012 Convertible Fiat 500c
Buy a Raffle Ticket

Gala Event
March 1, 2012
Prestonwood Country Club
5:30 – 8:00 PM

3 replies
  1. Laurel Nicolosi
    Laurel Nicolosi says:

    I would love to be the winner of this car! But that means I need to enter…and win! But, as an Ambassador for the Chamber, I love telling other people about the car raffle, and auction items they can win if they attend the event Mar. 1 – and how they can promote their business by donating something TO the raffle if they want. Contact me or the Chamber if you’d like to do that! :)

  2. Dan MacBride
    Dan MacBride says:

    No Fiats are made or assembled in the United States. They just have dealerships, one of which is in Cary. At least Toyota and Nissan have assembly plants in the USA even if the profits eventually go back to Tokyo Japan, not Detroit USA.

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