CARMEL, IN — ADESA Cincinnati-Dayton and GE Remarketing are raising money for United Way by selling raffle tickets for a go-kart giveaway. This is all part of the GE Remarketing promotion, “Race to Give.” This also supports General Electric’s corporate charitable giving campaign “Make Your Money Matter with GE and United Way.”

The go-kart design resembles an Indianapolis 500 racecar. It’s white with custom graphics and is constructed with an extended size with a six horsepower engine that has an electric start. The drive is live axle with a torque converter and it has disc brakes.

“This is a great cause, and we’re pleased to be working with GE Remarketing to raise money for such an important organization,” said ADESA Cincinnati-Dayton General Manager Geoff Parker. “The United Way helps so many people.”

For a chance to win the go-kart, dealers can purchase raffle tickets during the September 28 GE Remarketing sale and fundraising event. Money for the United Way will also be raised that day by selling tickets to play Nintendo Wii for prizes. In addition, ADESA Cincinnati-Dayton will be providing free lunch to dealers, handing out ADESA hats, water bottles, shirts, and free post-sale inspection certificates, coupons for $25 off the buy fee and gift cards worth up to $50.

The winner of the go-kart will be selected during the Tuesday, September 28, sale which beings at 10:30 a.m. EST. This sale will feature more than 100 units, featuring popular models like Chevrolet Impala, Chevrolet Malibu, Pontiac Grand Prix, Saturn Vue, GMC Yukon and more.