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Greenwood Chevrolet donates a 2014 Chevy Cruze to the United Way campaign

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Greenwood Chevrolet has donated a car to the United Way campaign, hoping to incentive more donations.

The car is a 2014 Turbo Diesel Chevy Cruze, and the larger the donation, the more chance to win the car.

All donors of $156 or more, which is $3 a week, are entered one time to win the car, donors of $200 or more, $4 a week, are entered twice.

The joint campaign, "United By Mission, Driven By Impact", will benefit both the United Way of the Mahoning Valley and the United Way of Trumbull County.

Ten preliminary drawings will take place throughout the months between September and December.

Finalists will be chosen in January, and they will be invited to an event in February or March at Greenwood Chevrolet, where each will pick and envelope with a key, only one will start the car.

In addition to the car, donors of $156 or more will be entered to win a $2,000 travel certificate from AAA, a $1,000 GetGo Gas Card, or a $500 Dick's Sporting Goods gift certificate, all sponsored by Window World.

The goal for the 2013 campaign is to raise $2.5 million.  

The campaign kicks off on Friday, September 6.

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