On Tuesday, December 26th, one lucky recipient will win a brand new, immaculate 2018 Porsche 911 in the Diabetes Foundation raffle that will be held at noon at Jack Daniels Porsche, 355 Route 17 South in Upper Saddle River, NJ. Only 3,000 tickets will be sold at the price of $100 apiece and all proceeds from this yearly raffle will go directly towards the DFI’s unique program which helps children and adults with Type 1, Type 2, or Gestational Diabetes get the help they need to manage the challenges of their disease. (Winner need not be present at time of drawing).
The Porsche 911, as sleek as it is, packs a crowded stable full of horse power; 370 to be exact! This beautiful vehicle will take you from 0-60 in 4.4 seconds with the backing of its impeccable rear wheel drive. If you ever find yourself short on time, the Carrera has a track speed that tops out at 183 miles per hour. Lateness will never be a problem, unless of course people surround your car and become mesmerized by all its majesty.
The Porsche 911 is the pinnacle of performance and is modest in fuel consumption. Developed completely from scratch, this 3.0-litre six-cylinder twin turbo boxer engine is able to move the 911’s well equipped mobile capsule of ingenuity through the city only using an estimated 20 mpg and uses an estimated 29 miles per gallon when taking its talents to the highway. The Porsche 911 combines tremendous acceleration with its uniquely forward-looking design.
When in the lap of luxury that is the cabin of the Porsche 911 you can feel confident that, even when its captivatingly gorgeous 19-inch wheels are spinning fast to get you to your next appearance, its all-around four-piston aluminum monobloc fixed brake calipers will put a pause to your adventures in style, with precision, and every time.
The Diabetes Foundation
Incorporated in 1990, the Diabetes Foundation exists to provide people living with diabetes, who reside in New Jersey, with support to enhance the quality of their lives. The Diabetes Foundation, Inc. (DFI) was incorporated in 1990 to help children and adults living in distress caused by this overwhelming chronic disease. People living with diabetes must meticulously test, alter, and manage their condition in order to remain healthy. Neglect is not an option, as lack of attention can lead to life-altering issues. DFI works tirelessly to provide those impacted with access to medication, mentorship, coaching, and education to ensure they can maintain a healthy life-style. DFI serves insured and uninsured individuals, women, men and children of all ages, Type 1, Type 2 and Gestational Diabetics, and ethnicities including White, Hispanic, African American and Asian Pacific. Our impact allows the individuals we serve to prosper and lead vigorous lives.
Please help the Diabetes Foundation make a difference in the lives of many people fighting diabetes and its complications every day. Diabetes is hard, getting help shouldn’t be. The Diabetes Foundation exists to ensure children and adults with diabetes that need help, get help.