Shawn Kloter of Ruskin wins BTLS Foundation raffle at Elder Ford!
(BTLS Staff) RUSKIN – Shawn Kloter of Ruskin is a happy man these days! On Saturday the Bay area resident’s name was drawn from over 6,000 entries in the annual Bubba the Love Sponge Foundation’s annual vehicle raffle. The event was held at Elder Ford in Tampa.
“It’s amazing, I’ve never won anything this before,” Shawn explained during Monday’s BTLS broadcast. “I went and did a test drive with the Mustang – it was incredible, I was totally in love with that car – and I filled out all the paperwork. This couldn’t have come at a better time for me.”
Two months ago the engine in his Chevrolet Blazer blew up so Kloter has been toiling around in a used car he got on the cheap from a family member.
In the end Kloter decided to take the prize money.
“I spent a couple days thinking about it, but unfortunately I decided with the taxes and insurance, financially it wasn’t going to work,” he said. “It kills me not to take [the Mustang]. There’s no way I thought I would, this is insane.”
Kloter purchased eight chances for $40, not a bad investment. All proceeds from the raffle goes to the BTLS Foundation.
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The Bubba the Love Sponge® Foundation was established as a 501(3)(C) Florida charity in late 2008 by syndicated and radio host Bubba the Love Sponge® Clem as a community awareness and donations vehicle that supports worthy causes and victims.
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