This Is Your Chance To Win A 2015 Ford Mustang
Back in the day, Mustangs caught a lot of flak for being "girls’ cars." Apparently they still are, because this one has to be the best girl’s car ever. First, because it’s a $45,000 2015 Mustang. Second because it’s part of a sweepstakes thrown by Ford’s own Breast Cancer charity, Warriors in Pink. But most of all, because if you’re the lucky winner of said sweepstakes, they’ll drop it off at your house — for free!
Ford has been involved in Breast Cancer charities for 21 years now, helping to raise awareness, funds for research, awareness campaigns for other charities, and helping those currently fighting breast cancer to live a little better until they win. Ford’s been involved for a long time in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure; which sadly, does not involve a bunch of Can-Am style Mustangs hammering around Laguna Seca. Though, how awesome would that be?
Until then, Ford’s footing the bill for its "More Good Days" Sweepstakes, which aims to raise public awareness for its website of the same name. The site’s mostly targeted toward the people who make a difference in a cancer warrior’s life — the family, friends and community support they rely on to have "more good days." They’re giving away four prizes a month for eight months; these include gas cards, Warriors in Pink gear, a flower arrangement, gift baskets, and gift cards for retailers and salons. But if you’re reading this, you probably don’t care so much about the free mani-pedi as the sweepstakes grand prize: A custom 2015 Mustang.
The website doesn’t say whether or not it’s a GT, but that’s probably a pretty safe bet given its $45,000 value quote. Besides, there’s no way Ford would give away a V-6 in an awesome, high-profile sweepstakes like this.
Everyone knows V-6 Mustangs are girls’ cars.
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Why it matters
Enter the Sweepstakes here. Entry times run from April 28th to midnight on December 31st, 2015. Imagine THAT as a New Years Eve party favor!
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Source: Ford Vehicles