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GM Offers Chance To Win A Free Corvette ZR1 - Just Push The Button!

By March 15, 2011

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OnStarSo, how would you like a brand new Corvette, absolutely free from Chevrolet? I know I'd like one. And from now through the end of May, you can enter to win a Corvette (or any GM vehicle of your choice, but c'mon, get real...) just by pushing the blue OnStar button in any GM vehicle.

The details of the sweepstakes are published at the OnStar site, but the long and short of it is that you just push the blue button (but not the red or the white buttons!) and tell the operator you want to enter the PushOn sweepstakes - you don't even have to be a subscriber or sign up for the service. Ten entrants will be chosen at random to win the GM car of their choice - only the new Chevy Volt is excluded.

So here's the catch - if you don't own a vehicle with OnStar capability, you can't enter from a fleet or rental vehicle. Plus, only one entry per vehicle will be accepted, so you can't enter from your neighbor's vehicle (unless you get into it before your neighbor - but that would be wrong.)

But you can hand-print your complete name, address, city, state, zip/postal code, email address, date of birth and phone number on a 3"x5" piece of paper and mail your entry via first-class mail in a No. 10 business-size envelope with sufficient postage to: "ONSTAR PUSH-ON SWEEPSTAKES," P.O. Box 1202, Franklin, TN 37065. Only one entry is allowed per outer envelope. Mail-in entries must be postmarked by May 31, 2011, and must be received by June 6, 2011.

There's a maximum limit of three entries per person, regardless of entry method. And no pre-printed entry forms are allowed. But hey - we're talking 10 minutes of work at your kitchen table to make up three envelopes, and then it's a new ZR1 for you, baby!

Comments
March 28, 2011 at 3:24 am
(1) Deanna says:

My comment, in the sweepstakes it says paper, for your name and address, but can I use a 3 x 5 card?

March 28, 2011 at 11:53 am
(2) Jeff Zurschmeide says:

Hi Deanna,

I copied those requirements straight from the GM site – I’d play it safe and use exactly what they say – a 3×5 piece of paper.

Jeff

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