Comrades : Time for Toyota Win-A-Car Competition at #Comrades2018
Comrades Marathon runners, supporters and the general public can purchase their entry into the Comrades Toyota Win-a-Car draw once again, between now and race day, Sunday, 10 June. The annual lucky draw competition is sponsored by official vehicle sponsor to the Comrades Marathon, Toyota South Africa.
Up for grabs is a brand spanking new Toyota Corolla Quest valued at R215 000, complete with all the thrills and frills of owning a world class automobile.
Tickets are just R10 each but will be sold in batches of 5 off the Comrades App and individually at the Comrades Marathon Charity stands at the Comrades Marathon Expo between 7 and 9 June at the Durban Exhibition Centre.
Entries will close at 2pm on race day with the live draw taking place at 16h45 on SABC Sport during the 13-hour Comrades Marathon television broadcast.
The competition will be conducted on a lucky draw basis and overseen by auditors, BDO South Africa. Terms and conditions apply.
In terms of the rules & regulations of the SA Lotteries Board, the competition is restricted to South African citizens and permanent residents with a driver’s license. The competition closes on Comrades race day, Sunday, 10 June 2018 at 14h00.
CMA General Manager, Chris Fisher says, “We are grateful to the country’s leading auto-manufacturer, Toyota South Africa, for donating such an iconic prize for this competition, the Toyota Corolla Quest. It is only through Toyota’s generosity that the CMA has the opportunity to run this competition, aimed at our passionate and dedicated South African runners, supporters; television and radio audiences; our social media community and the greater public.”
The six Official Comrades Charities are the Community Chests of Durban & Pietermaritzburg, Childhood Cancer Foundation of SA, Hillcrest AIDS Foundation Trust and the Hospice Palliative Care Association, Wildlands Conservation Trust and World Vision South Africa.
In terms of the CMA’s Amabeadibeadi charitable fundraising drive, over R3.6-million has been raised since 1 September 2017. More than 30-million rand has been distributed to worthy causes through the CMA’s Amabeadibeadi platform since its inception in 1997.