Win an NRA Special-Edition Chevrolet Silverado Customized by Richard Childress Racing

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posted on February 9, 2018
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NRA has teamed with racing legend Richard Childress and the team at Richard Childress Racing to build a special-edition 2017 Chevy Silverado that’s destined to turn heads no matter where it lands. Very soon, one lucky winner will be driving this one-of-a-kind truck home—along with a slew of other great prizes.

An avid outdoorsman and devout proponent of our Second Amendment-protected freedoms, Childress currently serves as NRA’s first vice president and is a co-chair of the NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum. He was happy to dedicate his team’s services to the cause, and personally designed the Silverado’s custom gun rack.

This dream truck also comes with more fantastic prizes, including a Textron Off Road Stampede 900, a Textron Off Road Onslaught 550 ATV, a custom trailer and $50,000 cash.

Here’s the best part. This amazing prize package could be yours, but you must act now! The entry deadline is fast approaching. Online entries must be received by no later than 11:59 p.m. EST on Feb. 28, 2018.

For more information and to enter for your chance to win, visit NRAWinThisTruck.org.

NO PURCHASE OR CONTRIBUTION NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The “NRA Win This Truck Sweepstakes” is open to legal residents of the United States and Washington D.C., age 21 years or older at time of entry who are licensed drivers. Online entries must be received between 9:00 AM Eastern Time (“ET”) on 1/18/17 and 11:59 PM ET on 2/28/18. To enter and view complete Official Rules, which govern this Sweepstakes, visit NRAWinThisTruck.org. Void where prohibited by law. Sponsor: National Rifle Association of America.

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