SUNRISE, Fla. - The Florida Panthers Foundation announced today that 'Cats Car Raffle' will give fans the opportunity to win a 2019 Ford Explorer donated by South Florida Ford. All proceeds will benefit the Florida Panthers Foundation.
Tickets will be available for suggested minimum donations online: $20 for 4 entries, $50 for 50 entries, $100 for 200 entries. Click here or visit FloridaPanthers.com/PayItFORDward to participate.
"Our partnership with the Florida Panthers is all about supporting the South Florida community and how we can do so together," said a South Florida Ford representative. "We're excited for one lucky fan to get the exclusive opportunity to win a 2019 Ford Explorer and hope the funds raised through this raffle will support the Florida Panthers Foundation and ultimately our community."
One grand prize winner will receive a 2019 Ford Explorer donated by South Florida Ford. Additionally, participants will have the chance to win:
- Twenty tickets to a Florida Panthers Home Game with access to a luxury suite + Panthers' Swag
- Four Lower Bowl Tickets to a Florida Panthers Home Game + one Zamboni Ride + One Press Box Tour
- One uniquely designed shadow box including four pucks signed by select Florida Panthers Alumni from the 1993 original Florida Panthers team and locker room tour at BB&T Center
The raffle will open on Feb. 1 and close on March 1 at 5 p.m. Official contest rules and regulations can be found here. No purchase necessary.
About the Florida Panthers and South Florida Ford:
South Florida Ford and the Florida Panthers have a long-term partnership benefitting the South Florida Community. At a charity event earlier this season, Chairman of the Board for South Florida Ford Dealers Al Young donated a car on behalf of South Florida Ford to benefit the Florida Panthers Foundation.
About the Florida Panthers Foundation:
The Florida Panthers Foundation was established to benefit the South Florida community by focusing on four priority areas: building the game of hockey for children and youth, supporting health and education initiatives for children, advocating for and supporting veterans' issues, and raising awareness about the endangered Florida panther. The Florida Panthers Foundation operates out of BB&T Center, 1 Panther Parkway in Sunrise FL.