Michael K. Winthrop, President
and CEO of The
Bellevue Hospital (TBH), purchases ticket No.
from Kate Herring, TBH Foundation Director, for
the upcoming Corvette Convertible 1LT Raffle.
Grand prize in the Feb. 14, 2011 drawing is a
2011 Corvette Convertible or $50,000 cash.
The Bellevue Hospital Foundation (TBHF) is hoping
that “You Have Your Heart Set on a ‘Vette!”
In cooperation with Steinle
Chevrolet-Buick in Clyde, TBHF is raffling off a
2011 1LT Corvette Convertible, or $50,000 in cash.
The drawing will be held on Monday, Feb. 14, 2011,
at the Clyde Steinle location on U.S. 20 West.
“The Foundation Board and TBH
administrative team came up with the idea of a
Corvette Raffle as a way to generate funds for the
Foundation, money which will be used for, among
other things, community programs such as
scholarships for graduating seniors, equipment
purchases for hospital departments, and to help
provide medical services to those who may be
underinsured or uninsured,” said Kate Herring,
“We also thought this project would help
engage the community toward focusing attention on
the Foundation and Hospital and the good things we
do for the residents of Bellevue and Clyde and those
in our service area,” added Herring.
Only 1,500 tickets will be sold for the
drawing, at $100 each. You must be at least 18 years
of age to purchase a ticket, tickets are
non-refundable, and winners are responsible for all
federal, state and local taxes, licenses and fees. A
complete set of rules is available upon request from
The first ticket drawn in the raffle
will be for the 2011 1LT Corvette Convertible or
$50,000 in cash. Four other cash drawings include
$2,000 for second place, $1,500 for third place,
$1,000 for fourth place, and $500 for fifth place.
Tickets are now available at The
Bellevue Hospital Gift Shop, Steinle Chevrolet-Buick
in Clyde, or Hogue’s IGA in Bellevue. Checks should
be made payable to The Bellevue Hospital Foundation.
For additional information on the
raffle, for a complete set of rules, or for ticket
information, contact Kate Herring, TBH Foundation
director, at 419.483.4040, Ext. 4319.