Darrell Waltrip Honda Volvo is raffling off a Honda Fit in support of the work by the Mercy Children’s Clinic. Here is the story as reported by the Darrell Waltrip blog:
“Win a 2009 Honda Fit, Supporting Mercy Children’s Clinic in Franklin TN
Mercy Children’s clinic and Darrell Waltrip Honda are partnering for “Fit for Mercy,” a car raffle kicking off August 6. We’re raffling off a Honda Fit with the help of our partnership with Darrell Waltrip Honda and the support of our other sponsors: BancorpSouth, the Cool Springs Galleria, The Bell Group of Fridrich & Clark Realtors, Provident Wealth Management, Buzzplant New Media Solutions and Southland Construction Co.
Only 5,000 Tickets will be sold at $25 each online at http://www.fitformercy.org/and at the follow locations: Darrell Waltrip Honda, Volvo and Subaru; area BancorpSouth locations; Mercy Children’s Clinic; The Franklin Class on September 7th; and at the Cool Springs Galleria where the actual car will be featured during the months of September and October.
Don’t miss your chance to win this fun new car! The fit is unique, 5-door compact car that gets exceptional fuel economy – 31 mpg combined. It seats five comfortably and is equipped with six airbags and earned a five-star safety rating. The edgy styling and legendary reliability are just what you would expect from Honda.
The winning ticket will be pulled by Darrell Waltrip the evening of October 5 at the dealer’s show room in Franklin.
Mercy is a Franklin-based nonprofit organization that delivers comprehensive pediatric and mental health care service to children from all socio-economic backgrounds including those with out health insurance or enrolled in TennCare. The Mercy family consists of Mercy Children’s Clinic, Mercy Family Services and the Mercy Chronic Care Home. Mercy has a staff of more than 40, including eight pediatricians and a psychiatrist. Since 1999 more than 9,400 children from 32 Middle Tennessee countries have called Mercy Children’s Clinic their medical home. At Mercy, NO child is ever turned away- regardless of their family’s ability to pay.”