Buy raffle tickets for this Saturday’s Kids Racing for Charity event at the Bulls game, benefiting Wheels to Prosper!


Our Wheels to Prosper program is one of the biggest highlights of the year for everyone at Aardvark Automotive. Summer will be here before you know it so we are kicking into full gear in preparation for our July 27th Wheels to Prosper giveaway.

For each Wheels to Prosper giveaway we fully inspect and repair a vehicle, then donate it to a chosen family in need.

This Saturday, March 16, we will be holding a Kids Racing for Charity raffle at the Amarillo Bulls’ last home game in order to raise enough money to service a giveaway vehicle. The race and the raffle will take place at some point during the intermissions (note: the winner does not have to be present to win).

The game itself starts at 7 PM at the Civic Center.

Just think: Wee little kids in wee little cars, grinding their way past one another on the road to victory. We doubt you can do anything more adorable this Saturday.

Buy a raffle ticket (or 12!) and you’ll be entered for a chance to win a Kindle Fire 7” HD or a 7-piece flank drive plus combination wrench set 3/8-3/4”. We will be selecting two winners whether our sponsored car – a mini Mercedes-Benz – wins or not.

100% of the proceeds will go towards Wheels to Prosper.

The prize

There will be two drawings, with one of the following prizes given out at each drawing:

A Kindle Fire 7” HD

A 7-piece flank drive plus combination wrench set 3/8-3/4”

Raffle ticket pricing

1 ticket = $1

6 tickets = $5

12 tickets = $10

Where to get your raffle tickets

All Aardvark Automotive employees are selling raffle tickets this week at the shop. On Saturday night we will be selling tickets at the Amarillo Bulls hockey game starting at 6 PM, at both the Wheels to Prosper booth and at the entrances. Just look for anyone wearing red shirts with the Wheels to Prosper logo on the back.

To purchase tickets to go to the game, visit Panhandle Tickets or call (806) 242-1122. You can also buy tickets at the Civic Center on Saturday night.