The North Carolina Museum of Art Foundation is pleased to announce that Dr. Paul Rutter is the winner of the Porsche raffle.
Dr. Rutter’s ticket was electronically chosen at random by the accounting firm Batchelor, Tillery and Roberts.
Congratulations to Dr. Rutter! And thank you to all ticket buyers, as all proceeds from the raffle support Museum exhibitions and programming.
NORTH CAROLINA MUSEUM OF ART FOUNDATION, INC.
The raffle is now closed.
Enter to win a 2019 Porsche 911 Carrera, valued at $119,770. Inspired by the Ingram Collection’s rare 2005 Carrera GT, which represents Porsche’s epic bridge from motorsports to high-focused street transportation. This 2019 Porsche 911 Carrera—in the same Classic GT Silver and with 20-in. Carrera Sport wheels—has an aesthetic that appeals to car and design enthusiasts alike. Espresso full-grain leather interior, PDK transmission, BOSE® Surround Sound system, and Power Sports seats with memory package.
Tickets are $100, and only 4,500 will be sold. Tickets available February 2 through June 16 online, in person at the Museum Box Office, or by calling (919) 715-5923. Offered by the North Carolina Museum of Art Foundation. All proceeds support NCMA programming. This raffle is in partnership with Porsche Southpoint.
Raffle Rules and Regulations
The Foundation will comply with all applicable tax requirements, including reporting and withholding requirements.
The raffle prize is a 2019 Porsche 911 Carrera, valued at $119,770.
The winner does not need to be present to win.
Senior staff of the North Carolina Museum of Art (State entity) and the North Carolina Museum of Art Foundation, Inc., along with members of their households, are not eligible to participate.
The cost of a raffle ticket is $100. A maximum of 4,500 tickets will be sold. A minimum of 1,200 tickets must be sold for the raffle to occur. If fewer than 1,200 tickets are sold, ticket buyers will receive a refund for the full purchase price of the tickets.
The raffle ticket price is not tax deductible as a contribution to the Foundation.
Tickets may be purchased online or in person. They may not be purchased from funds received via mail, nor will the Foundation mail tickets back to purchasers via mail.
The Porsche is not redeemable for cash or any other value.
The Foundation will comply with all applicable tax requirements, including reporting and withholding requirements. The winner of the raffle is responsible for all taxes owed on the winnings. The Foundation will mail applicable tax forms to the winner of the raffle and report the prize to the IRS. The Foundation will collect the required withholdings upon the transfer of title of the automobile to the winner and remit these amounts to the appropriate authorities.
The raffle will begin at 12 am on Saturday, February 2, 2019, and will conclude at 5 pm on Sunday, June 16, 2019, or when all 4,500 tickets are sold, whichever occurs first. The drawing will occur on or before the end of business on June 19, 2019.