Support Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt and
Win a Restored 1973 International Scout II and $20,000
Be the proud owner of a vintage Scout fully restored and customized by our friends at Bulletproof Restorations (with the taxes and shipping costs included)
Turn heads in this classic SUV upgraded with modern amenities and a more powerful and efficient fuel-injected engine
Score $20,000 cash to spend on whatever you like
Enjoy a signed copy of Sunday Drive, the recent album from Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt supporter Brett Eldredge
Correction: We previously listed the SUV’s model year as 1974. It’s actually from 1973.
what you'll get
Our friends at Bulletproof Restorations have fully restored the ultimate go anywhere and look cool doing it SUV just for you: a 1973 International Scout II! It has the classic head-turning look with added upgrades to make you stand out from the crowd. Thanks to everything from added power steering, a fuel-injected engine, and even custom-quilted leatherette seats and panels—you’ll be fully equipped to make daily drives with your dogs or go off-roading with your friends. Plus, we’ll throw in $20,000 cash for you to spend however you like because we’ve got the taxes and shipping fees covered. Scout’s honor!
- Maximum Seating: 5
- Powertrain: Fuel-injected 6.0 liter V8 LS
- Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic with Sport Shift
- Drivetrain: 4WD
- Exterior Color: Epsom Green with a Wimbledon White roof
- Interior Color: Mocha
- Maximum Horsepower: 380 HP
- Maximum Torque: 400 lb-ft
- MSRP (Car + Cash): $125,000
- Cash Alt: $93,750
- Special Features: Bronze 17” Titan 7 Wheels with 32” BF Goodrich Tires, air conditioning and heat, power steering and brakes, custom-quilted tan leatherette seats and panels with a suede headliner, LED lighting, custom-made front and rear bumpers with rear tire swing arm, removable hardtop
No donation or payment is necessary to enter or win this sweepstakes.
who you'll help
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt leads in improving the healthcare of individuals and communities regionally, nationally and internationally. They combine transformative training programs and compelling discoveries to provide distinctive personalized care. Your donation will support their Pediatric Cancer Program’s research and capital projects that will allow skilled researchers to pursue exciting discoveries in basic and clinical science, aiding their understanding of disease processes and leading to better methods of prevention, diagnosis and treatment. It will also help them renovate necessary spaces within Children’s Hospital to meet their patients’ needs.
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Sweepstakes Start Date:
August 27, 2020
Deadline to Enter:
November 19, 2020 at 11:59pm PT
On or around December 9, 2020
Approximate Retail Value:
Omaze, Inc. (“Sponsor”)
Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt ("Designated Grantee")
All donations made in connection with a fundraising campaign are paid to Charities Aid Foundation of America (“CAFA”), an IRS-recognized, U.S. public charity whose mission is to make giving internationally and domestically safe, easy and effective for U.S. donors. CAFA prequalifies each grantee that has been designated; “Designated Grantee”, as an eligible recipient of CAFA grants. At the end of each fundraising campaign, so long as the Designated Grantee continues to qualify as an eligible recipient of CAFA grants, CAFA will make a grant to the Designated Grantee of the net proceeds of the fundraising campaign.*
Omaze, Inc. ("Prize Provider")
Grand Prize Details: Winner will receive a custom International Scout and $20,000 USD. Winner will also receive a signed copy of Brett Eldredge's album Sunday Drive.
In the United States (US), the Grand Prize will be delivered with US sales tax, shipping fees, and registration fees, paid. If the winner is a US resident, Omaze will also provide 25% of the ARV, excluding any cash prize component, to the US winner to put towards any required US income taxes.
In all other countries the Grand Prize will be shipped (net of all taxes) to the nearest deliverable location, at the Winner's expense. Any applicable import duties, registration costs, or further taxes or duties of any nature due in the destination country will be the responsibility of the Winner.
Should the winner not wish to take delivery of the Grand Prize, the Winner may elect to take a cash alternative which is 75% of the ARV. Please note that no additional funds will be provided, if the cash alternative is elected. This specifically includes but is not limited to a US resident not receiving the 25% that would have been provided for taxes.
Omaze reserves the right not to deliver a prize to certain countries. In such case, the winner will be required to take the cash alternative.
The vehicle prize is to be provided on an “as is” basis without any representations and warranties whatsoever. Sponsor does not represent or warrant that the vehicle adheres to or is in compliance with any applicable country, state or federal safety, environmental and/or other standards and requirements in order for the vehicle to be legally operational or certified for use on public roadways. It is the sole responsibility of the winner to evaluate the vehicle and ensure that it satisfies all applicable standards and legal requirements for its intended use and operation.
All third party names and trademarks are the property of their respective owners. This sweepstake is not sponsored, endorsed, or affiliated in any way with FCA US LLC (FCA) or their affiliates.
Age to Enter: You must be at least 18 years old to win.
Ineligible Countries: Winners must not be residents of Belgium, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Italy, North Korea, Singapore, Sudan, Syria or Thailand
In certain countries, local rules and laws may restrict or prohibit the award of certain prizes or impose additional restrictions on participation. Entry is subject to all local laws. See our Sweepstakes Official Rules for more details. Employees, officers, and directors of Sponsor, Designated Charity, or Prize Provider, and members of their immediate families and households, are not eligible to win.
Individuals may not receive more than one grand prize within the same 18 month period. Individuals may not receive more than one minor prize within the same sweepstakes.
How to Enter:
Visit Omaze.com to utilize any of our methods of entry. See our Sweepstakes Official Rules for more details. Odds of winning depend on the number of entries held.
Winner Confirmation Process:
Within 10 business days of campaign close, we’ll use an automated random drawing process to draw a potential winner(s) for that campaign. A confirmation process, which may include a background check, will then take place to ensure the potential winner meets the legal standards required. Winner and, if applicable, their guest(s) agree to cooperate fully with Omaze in Omaze conducting any background check(s), which includes providing information requested by Omaze including, but not limited to, full legal names and addresses. If the Prize includes meeting a celebrity, meeting a public figure, or attending a special event and any background check indicates, in Omaze’s sole discretion, that the potential winner or the potential winner’s guest(s) pose a danger to or may harm the reputation of any person or entity involved in the sweepstakes, Omaze may disqualify said winner and move on to the next randomly drawn potential winner. Pending a positive outcome of the confirmation process, an Omaze representative will notify the potential winner via email and/or phone. The potential winner must respond within the time period designated in the notification, or Omaze may move on to another randomly drawn potential winner. Before confirming a potential winner as the winner, Omaze may require the potential winner to confirm their eligibility. Once that’s done, the potential winner and guest(s) must execute and return all required documents within the time frame specified by Omaze. If you do not execute and return all required documents within the time frame specified by Omaze, you will forfeit the Prize and Omaze will move on to another randomly drawn potential winner.
NO PURCHASE, PAYMENT, OR CONTRIBUTION NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Contributing will not improve chances of winning. Void where prohibited.
At Omaze, we believe fundraising should be about impact, not percentages. Our model allows us, in partnership with Charities Aid Foundation America (we call them CAFA), to really make a difference and disrupt the way society traditionally thinks about charitable giving.
Here’s how it works: Omaze and CAFA work together to offer incredible prizes and experiences that anyone can potentially win. You don’t have to donate to enter, but if you do, your donation to CAFA is then used to make a charitable grant to a great cause, which we love. Omaze pays for everything that’s needed to run the sweepstakes, which means the only ones taking a chance are the entrants (you!)—not the designated grantee. The organizations can spend less time worrying about raising funds, and instead focus their energy on doing awesome work.
*Omaze also invests in securing the prizes for the typical Omaze Owned campaign, so for these, from every dollar you donate, 15 cents is used by CAFA to make a grant to the associated charity. If there are multiple charities, then grants of equal share are made to each charity. 70 cents is typically used to actually get the prize, process payments and advertise to awesome people like you (Omaze Owned campaigns require more significant marketing efforts by Omaze and do not rely (or rely to a much smaller degree) on the work and name of celebrities to help raise awareness and promote the campaign). The remaining 15 cents of your dollar goes to Omaze—it’s used to cover the cost of providing and maintaining the technology and team that makes this all happen.
In calculating net proceeds, we first account for the hard costs, which include the grand prize and secondary prizes as well as items like content, marketing and credit card transaction fees. After those are accounted for, eighty percent of the remaining net revenue (i.e., the net proceeds) is then used by CAFA to make a grant to the designated grantee, and twenty percent of the net revenue goes to Omaze, to support the team’s work running the fundraiser. If there are multiple Designated Grantees, then grants of equal share are made to each Designated Grantee.
The result? Causes get a grant with no risk and no overhead or investment, our lucky winners get awesome prizes, and everyone else gets to help a great cause and spread joy!