Every month, Dream Giveaway Garage brings you a behind-the-scenes look at Dream Giveaway® grand-prizes, the charities that benefit from your donation, the companies that help us build the grand-prize cars, and the lucky winners!
Since introducing a 640hp Cadillac CTS-V as a grand prize a few weeks ago, the feedback from great Dream Giveaway donors like you has been pouring in. Everybody and their brother loves this 1-of-162 Cadillac CTS-V Championship Edition sedan, but not everybody realized that Cadillac even made a performance sedan.
So here’s a quick history lesson. Cadillac began building the high-performance CTS-V in 2003, and production continued for three generations, finally winding down in 2019. The third-generation CTS-V (2015-2019) shared the same supercharged engine as the seventh-generation Corvette Z06 and the sixth-generation Camaro ZL1.
Here’s more delectable details of this incredible grand prize. This Cadillac CTS-V Championship Edition checks all the right boxes, including a supercharged factory V-8 engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission, factory Recaro power seats and a top speed of 200 mile per hour.
This power-packed Caddy stickered for $106,300 but you can win it for as little as a $3 donation to help out eight great charities.
Enter today and you’ll be one enormous step closer to making this extremely limited-production Cadillac performance sedan yours. Plus, if you’re the winner, we will pay out $17,000 for the taxes.
Shopping Spree Dream Giveaway Ends In
shopping spree (noun)
Definition: a short period of time in which someone buys a lot of things.
How to use it in a sentence: I won $10K from Dream Giveaway and I’m going on a shopping spree.
Now that you know our favorite way to use “shopping spree” in a sentence, now’s a good time to remind you that our annual Shopping Spree Dream Giveaway ends in days.
We checked in with past winner Stevie Taylor of Alabama to see how he enjoyed scoring $10,000 to Amazon.com, courtesy of Dream Giveaway, of course.
“It’s been wonderful having won the $10,000 Amazon giveaway. We’ve been able to buy lots of Christmas, birthday and wedding gifts for friends and family and we also purchased our own wedding rings from Amazon.”
Now it’s your turn. Click here and get your entries to win this wonderful grand prize before time runs out at midnight (Pacific time) on October 27, 2020.
“I am a car fanatic, I love all my cars, I already own a Jeep Trackhawk with 707 horsepower, a Corvette ZR1 that just got upgraded to 1,200 horsepower, and this Jeep Rubicon by Black Mountain was the last piece of the puzzle for my collection. I had been really thinking about buying one by the end of this year. Now I don’t need to buy one anymore.”
Those are the words right from the mouth of Mitchell Otero of Maryland, last month’s grand-prize winner. Thanks to Dream Giveaway. Mitchell, a construction-company owner, is now living the Jeep life in a BLK MTN Stage III Jeep Rubicon.
“At first, I thought it was some kind of joke,” he says. “It had been so long since I bought the tickets, that I had totally forgotten about it. After I finally realized that it wasn’t a joke and that it was for real, you can imagine, I felt like a little kid at a toy store.”
Here’s some great words of wisdom for you from this very-thankful winner. “You are not only entering for the chance to win the car of your dreams, but you are also helping others through the charities’ donations. It is for real, that is not a scam. If you don’t play, you can’t win.”
We want you to be the next big Dream Giveaway winner. Head on over to www.dreamgiveaway.com and make a heart-felt donation to win your favorite prize package.
We have a showroom packed full of pulse-pounding muscle-car giveaways ready for you to enter and win —Shelby has a 2020 GT500 Mustang (and a Shelby F-150), GTO has a ’67 GTO, Hurst/Olds has a ’69 Hurst/Olds, Camaro has two high-performance Camaros Classic Corvette has a big-block ’66 Sting Ray convertible and Cadillac CTS-V kicked off earlier this month. We have a prize package for everybody and that includes you at www.dreamgiveaway.com.
Forty years ago, a grieving mother set into motion a national movement that has saved tens of thousands of lives. A drunk driver, out of jail just two days following his fourth drunk-driving arrest, had struck and killed Candace Lightner’s 13-year-old daughter Cari as she walked to a church carnival with a friend.
Candace founded Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) at a kitchen table in 1980, when 25,000 people died in these preventable crashes every year. Today, MADD continues to fight drunk driving, still the leading killer on America’s roads that kills about 10,000 people a year.
As MADD turns 40, the organization also is taking on the emerging threat of drug-impaired driving. In September, MADD released its first-ever Cannabis report. Data drawn from the report will be used to help MADD educate the public and guide MADD’s fight to prevent tragedies caused by both alcohol- and drug-impaired driving.
As a victim-services organization dedicated to serving the victims of drunk and drug-impaired driving, eliminating these violent crimes, and preventing the tragic consequences of underage drinking, MADD reaches hundreds of thousands of people every year. In 2020, MADD quickly responded to the new challenges caused by the pandemic. MADD provided continuous service through its 24-hour Victim Helpline, virtual outreach to youth and parents, and expanded availability of virtual Victim Impact Panels to ensure drunk and drugged-driving offenders could still fulfill their obligations to the courts.
Even during the pandemic, MADD’s tenacious advocacy led the U.S. House of Representatives to pass federal legislation in July that would result in all new vehicles being equipped with drunk-driving prevention technology. This lifesaving legislation gained bipartisan support in the Senate, and if passed, could become law as early as next year. With an estimated 9,400 lives that would be saved by drunk-driving prevention technology, MADD is making significant strides toward the ultimate goal — a future of No More Victims.
Visit www.dreamgiveaway.com today and make a heartfelt donation to enter to win some amazing prize packages. When you do so, you’ll be helping MADD continue to work toward the goal of zero drunk driving fatalities on America’s roads.
When Dream Giveaway Garage sought a drag-racing expert to help us bring you incredible prizes like the 1,000 HP Dodge Charger Hellcat, we turned to the King of Drag Racing, “Big Daddy” Don Garlits.
The next time your vacation or travel plans bring you to the Sunshine State, we have a special deal for you from the Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing.
The Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing has been around since 1976 and moved to its permanent location in Ocala, Florida, in 1982. The first year Don and his team welcomed 11,000 visitors. Last year, 40,000 drag racing fans walked through its doors.
The museum preserves the history of drag racing along with antique and classic cars in the antique building. Admission prices are $20 for adults. Students, seniors, military and first responders are $15. Children 5-12 are $10 and under 5, handheld are free.
Some of the things you should expect to see at the museum will be very early dragsters and slingshots dating back to the beginning of the sport. The museum has almost all of the Swamp Rats and there are just under 300 cars on display. In the museum’s second building are cars dating from 1903-2003. There are lots of one-off cars, including a new Corvette, President Eisenhower’s personal car, and the Happy Days car from Fonzie’s TV show.
Don and his team say the museum has one important mission statement: “Our objective is to preserve the history of drag racing for our sport and future generations. We strive to present this history to drag racing to the enthusiast and the general public in an accurate and entertaining format.”
As a Shiftin’ Gears subscriber, you can save $3 off of your admission to the Don Garlits’ Museum of Drag Racing. Please print out a copy of the coupon here or mention Dream Giveaway when you visit for your exclusive money-off savings.
Congratulations to A.J. Jette of SC, the grand-prize winner in the Show & Tow Dream Giveaway. Be sure to watch the award ceremony live from Don Garlits’ Museum of Drag Racing on November 7, 2020, at 1 p.m. Eastern time. Good luck to all of you and we hope you are the next big Dream Giveaway grand-prize winner.
Christopher R. Phillip is the former senior associate editor of Vette magazine, the editor of High Performance Pontiac magazine and his feature stories and photography have appeared in well known, national automotive-enthusiast magazines, including Hot Rod, Car Craft, Mustang Driver and others. In addition he is a top-rated celebrity interviewer with published articles on Burt Reynolds, Jack LaLanne, Frank Zappa, Carlos Santana, and many others.