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[VIDEO] Win This 1962 Corvette Fuelie from the St. Bernard Classic Corvette Raffle

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We’ve been helping the fine folks at the Saint Bernard Catholic Church in Rockport, Indiana get the word out about their Classic Corvette Giveaways since 2012 and we think this year’s grand prize is one of the best we’ve seen so far!

The winner of this year’s raffle is an NCRS Top Flight 1962 Corvette Convertible equipped with the 327/360-hp fuelie engine. Painted in Roman Red with a Black interior, the roadster is loaded with a 4-speed manual transmission, two tops, as wells drum brakes, heater, and a Wonderbar radio. The Corvette is a matching numbers car complete with all documents including restoration binder and NCRS judging sheets!

Tickets for the 2020 Classic Corvette Giveaway are $30 each or four tickets for $100 and only 15,000 tickets will be sold. The winner will be drawn at the conclusion of the St. Bernard Summer Social on August 15, 2020 at 9pm. Two cash prizes of $1,000 and $500 will also be drawn. Winners do not need to be present to win.

[VIDEO] Win This 1962 Corvette Fuelie from the St. Bernard Classic Car Raffle

Due to state laws, tickets can only be purchased by calling the Corvette Raffle hotline at 812-362-7313 or click here to download the order form and purchase tickets by mail. Click here to order your tickets.

All proceeds benefit Saint Bernard Church and School in Rockport, Indiana. You can view the official rules here. Indiana Gaming Festival License #002405.

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6 raffle winners leave Motor Bella with classic Corvettes, all for helping heroes

Six classic Corvettes found new homes with lucky winners from across the nation at Motor Bella Friday in a raffle contest for a cause.

The Corvettes were first given away in a VH1 sweepstakes, and pop artist Peter Max purchased the collection of 36 vehicles in 1989. Years later, they were found forlorn in parking garages across New York City.

New York shop owner Chris Mazzilli of Dream Car Restorations, along with the Spindler and Heller families, who owned the garages, came together to form the Corvette Heroes. 

Jacob Todd, 30 of Clarkston and a detailer for Pro Image Car Care, works at cleaning a 1955 Chevrolet Corvette that would shortly be given away to a raffle winner during Motor Bella at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac on September 23, 2021. Six Corvettes ranging from 1953 to 1989 were raffled off by The Lost Corvettes earlier this year which was benefitting veterans of war suffering from PTSD and traumatic brain injuries. The six winners from around the county were on hand to find out which year Corvette they won.

From paint jobs to rebuilding engines, Mazzilli fostered the classic cars back to their former glory.

The Corvette Heroes decided to give away the cars to raffle contest winners and donate all the funds to Stand for The Troops, a nonprofit for American veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury.

"Today is the best part of what we do," Mazzilli said.

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Mazzilli has loved cars for as long as he can remember, recalling rides with his dad.

"I would get in the car with my dad — he had a '64 Impala." Mazzilli said. "I could name every car on the road."

Tommy Cain of Austin, Texas, who won the 1989 classic car, said he’d bought thousands of tickets when he heard the cause.

Shortly before the winners of the Corvette raffle were announced Tommy Cain, 63 of Austin, Texas, checks out this 1962 Chevrolet Corvette wondering if this one would be his.  Cain ended up winning a 1989 Corvette during the raffle reveal during Motor Bella at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac on September 23, 2021. Six Corvettes ranging from 1953 to 1989 were raffled off by The Lost Corvettes earlier this year which was benefitting veterans of war suffering from PTSD and traumatic brain injuries. The six winners from around the county were on hand to find out which year Corvette they won.

“If I don’t win, I did win anyhow, and getting the Corvette was secondary; getting money to the troops is primary,” Cain, 63, said.

Cain’s love for cars began when he was  a child in his dad’s 1957 Thunderbird. He recalled his dad’s growing collection; now, he is carrying on the tradition.

David Trautenberg of New Orleans won the '73 Corvette Friday.

“I’m still pinching myself,” Trautenberg, 63, said.

David Trautenberg of New Orleans, Louisiana can't contain his excitement after he looked up at the roof while inside and saw that the 1973 Chevrolet Corvette he won in a raffle was a t-top version of the sports car. Trautenberg was one of six people from around the country who were at Motor Bella at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac on September 23, 2021, to receive their Corvettes. Six Corvettes ranging from 1953 to 1989 were raffled off by The Lost Corvettes earlier this year which was benefitting veterans of war suffering from PTSD and traumatic brain injuries. The six winners from around the county were on hand to find out which year Corvette they won.

The six winners had been told over Zoom that they’d won the raffle but would find out which of the six Corvettes they’d won when it was presented at a ceremony in Detroit’s Motor Bella.

Trautenberg said he’s happy to spend a couple of days in Detroit, as he is also a friend and former classmate of Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors.

“It’s a great, American city,” he said. “Detroit’s got grit and resiliency.”

The rest of the 'Vettes for Vets winners were:

  • Joseph Keller of Stoughton, Wisconsin, won the sought-after ‘55 Corvette. 
  • The 1962 classic went to Peter Lawrence of Studio City, California.
  • Jean Lambourn of Grapevine, Texas, got the ‘73 Corvette.
  • Steve Mortenson of Parkland, Florida, won the 1982 classic.

This was the fourth of five giveaways, as the first 22 Corvettes had been given away in ceremonies across New York City and Chicago. Now, eight of the 36 remain.

The six winners of Chevrolet Corvettes given away to a raffle winners during Motor Bella at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac on September 23, 2021.The six Corvettes ranging from 1953 to 1989 were raffled off by The Lost Corvettes earlier this year which was benefitting veterans of war suffering from PTSD and traumatic brain injuries. The winners from around the county were on hand to find out which year Corvette they won.

The first 10 were given away in a Veterans Day 2020 ceremony in New York City. The second six were awarded during a pre-Memorial Day ceremony, also in New York City and another six were awarded at the Chicago Auto Show this July. 

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Saint Bernard Classic Corvette Raffle

2021…Edition XXXIII

First Prize: 1967 Corvette Convertible
2nd Prize: $1,000 Cash
3rd Prize: $500 Cash

Congratulations to our winners of the 2021 St. Bernard Classic Corvette Raffle:

  • 1967 Corvette: Mark Kerhulas, Oak Island, NC.
  • $1000 Cash: John Fuerst, Frankfort, IL.
  • $500 Cash: Richard Quelch, Manahawkin, NJ.

Thank you to all who purchased tickets. Check back with us towards the end of January 2022 for our next Classic Corvette Raffle.

The 33rd Annual Saint Bernard Classic Car Raffle features a beautiful 1967 Corvette Convertible!  Our parishioners and students thank you for your continued support and for purchasing opportunities. Proceeds from this all-volunteer effort benefit Saint Bernard Catholic Church and School in the small town of Rockport, Indiana. Only up to 17,000 tickets will be sold. The drawing is August 21, 2021 at 9:00 p.m. CDT.  Indiana Raffle License #002405.

Opportunities are only $30 each or 4 for $100.

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About our Corvette:
1967 Corvette Convertible

327-350 hp, 4 speed, numbers match, Rally Red paint, black interior, hard top & white soft top. Includes Harrison radiator with expansion tank, seat belts, side exhaust, AM/FM radio, Rally wheels with redline radials & Al Grenning affirmed drivetrain! Factory correct type components include air cleaner, intake & exhaust manifolds, ignition shrouding, valve covers & more! Restoration and NCRS documents included. Looks, runs & drives fantastic!

Purchased from Mershon’s World of Cars in Springfield, OH.

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1967 CORVETTECOUPE, 327-350 hp, 4 speed, numbers match. Excellent condition. Low miles. Factory original body/trim tag. This is a VERY RARE color combination with Rally Red paint and red interior. M-21 transmission, SS brakes, AM/FM radio, tinted glass, cast aluminum bolt-on wheels and blackwall radials. Owner’s manual, original keys, sales brochure and most all factory correct type components featured. Skip Marketti, curator of the Nethercutt Collection, was the owner for 30 years. Car is documented with tank sticker and CCAS/Grenning affirmation. Purchased from ProTeam Corvette.

1st PRIZE: 1967 Corvette · Drawing held August 18, 2018 (9pm CDT) at the St. Bernard Summer Social • ALL proceeds benefit St. Bernard Church and School in Rockport, IN · 2nd PRIZE: $1,000.00 cash • 3rd PRIZE: $500.00 cash

You need not be present to win. Winner responsible for all taxes and delivery fees. Must be 18 to participate. Complete rules available at
Opportunities are only $30.00 each or 4 for $100.00.Only 15,000 Tickets will be available.

More info, photos & video tours available ONLINE at Call 812-649-9113 or send check or money order to ST. BERNARD CHURCH, attn: Corvette: 547 ELM ST., Dept. PT · Rockport, IN 47635 · Raffle License no. 145008 • email: [email protected]

Consider partnering-up with ProTeam to supply your organization a Corvette for your next charitable fundraiser!

For over 25 years, I have been involved in supplying Corvettes and marketing to help charitable groups obtain their goals and have been at least partially responsible in raising close to 25 million dollars for these groups as a whole.

Here is a recent testimonial which speaks volumes of me and my company:
"... thank you for some helpful advice towards our annual collector car drawing. Our list has grown to over 105,000 names and whereas our average check sent in to purchase tickets is about $35.00, the average credit card purchase is closer to $80.00. We started our fund raiser with Ronald McDonald House in 1993 with just $1,600.00. Our first car was a 1954 Ford Customline which cost $3,500.00. Our annual sales for the first year were $11,100.00. Today, thanks in part to your consultation, our tickets sales have generated $1,300,000.00 to $1,800,000.00 in each of the past three years." - C. Hansen, Friends of the House (Ronald McDonald Charities)

"We sold the final ticket about 2 hours prior to the drawing….the very first time we have sold all 10,000 tickets!! So, it was a great success! Thank you so much for your help with the blogs. It seems that we had some great cross over with the electronic newsletters and email blasts. Our winner is from Ohio. This was probably the best car we have raffled….we hate to part with it. Thanks again, Dave."

"I can tell you that we have developed a level of trust and confidence with you guys and the feelings are mutual. By the way, you might like to know that since we started this 24 years ago, St. Bernard has netted probably 1.75 Million dollars and we really didn't catch fire until we started working with you guys. We have a little school (that is the oldest in our diocese) and it would have went away years ago without this funding. It is safe to say that today it is reducing the cost of sending a child to St. Bernard School by over $1000. a year.  So we appreciate what you guys do for us. Thanks", - G.S., St. Bernard Chuch, Rockport, IN

Corvettes are the most popular and successful marque used in automotive raffles. They are an American icon!!!

Here are a few reasons to consider my company as your fundraiser partner:
A. Corvette collection/inventory second to none! Over 150 to choose from!
B. Marketing machine with over $500,000.00 annual budget.
C. Promotional direct mail catalogs (Last year almost 500,000 copies). ProTeam's mailing list is 380,000 names and addresses.
D. Electronic mailing list (almost 80,000).
E. Very popular website ( with approximately 125,000 monthly user sessions.
F. National public relations firm, which is very proactive and generates media attention and many in print articles along with television network programming, ie: SPEEDtv "The Last Sting Ray."
G. Attendance at numerous car shows from California to Florida but primarily the midwest.
H. Repurchase agreement at an agreed price, should your organization offer a cash option to the raffle car winner.
I. Been there... done it! I can help your organization develop a 3 to 5 year marketing plan that will allow your members to minimize their involvement while continuing growth in your sales and success.

If you are interested in discussing a partnership with ProTeam that DOES NOT END with your raffle car selection, then please either write or email me at [email protected]
Thank you, Terry L. Michaelis, President

Partial past list of charitable organizations that I have participated with as it relates to Corvette raffles:

Adult Community Center of Sedona, Az.
Notre Dame High School of Elmira, NY
American Cancer Society
Olympia Foundation of Bloomington, Ill.
American Lung Association
Riley Hospital for Children - IN. Kiwanis Dist.
CASA of Seneca, Sandusky, & Wyandot Counties
Sertoma Speech & Hearing Fndtn of Fla.
City of Napoleon Fire & Rescue
St. Bernard Church (The Catholic Diocese)
Colonel Crawford Eagles All Sports Boosters
St. Peter's Community Arts Academy
Corvette Club of America
St. Peter's Church
Educational Communications Fndtn of Fairfax, Va.
Stafford Volunteer Fire Department
Georgetown Preparatory
Tappan Volunteer Fire Department
Gwynedd-Sisters of Mercy Academy
The Ronald McDonald House
Hales Corners Lions Club
The Rotary Club of Staten Island
Hosanna Lutheran Church of Forest Lake, Mn. The Theater Project
Turnerstone Center for Disabled Children
Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department
Washington Rotary Club
Indian Creek School
Woodstock Lions Club
Indiana District Kiwanis
Youth Alive 2005 - Katrina Relief
Laurel Volunteer Fire Department
Youth Opportunities United
Michigan Licensed Beverage Assn.


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The National Corvette Museum is licensed by the Kentucky Department of Charitable Gaming under license number ORG0000854.

At this time, we offer purchasers located in Kentucky the ability to purchase raffle tickets on their personal computers, mobile devices and on-site at the National Corvette Museum and NCM Motorsports Park.

To purchase a raffle ticket online, you must be at least 18 years of age and be physically located in Kentucky at the time of purchase. You do not have to be a resident of Kentucky to participate.

If you are not located in Kentucky and will be using a credit card as your form of payment, you can use the site to interactively create an order form. The payment information will be encrypted for your protection and broken into two parts, some of which will only be on the printed form.


Alternatively, you may download an Order Form from this site and type in your information before sending to the NCM for processing.

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St Bernard 1962 Corvette Fuelie Raffle - 2020

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