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 |  Nov 04 2011, 11:18 AM

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Do you like donating to charity and supporting a good cause? Would you like to look like a superstar while doing it as well?

Brian McLane launched a website called TheFreeFerrari.com and asked, “Ever wished you had your own Ferrari? Ever wished you could help a lot of people who really need your help? These wishes do not typically go together.”

With TheFreeFerrari.com, entrants have a chance of winning a Ferrari by contributing as little as $1. All money raised in that site will go to a charity called The Cancer Patient Relief Foundation, which Brian and his younger brother worked together to create when Brian’s younger brother was diagnosed with Stage IV Hodgkin’s lymphoma. The Cancer Patient Relief Foundation works with hospitals to identify patients that need assistance with their treatment costs or insurance deductibles.

What makes TheFreeFerrari such an exciting contest is its applied design. An entrant’s chances of winning can grow exponentially by sharing the link to the cause via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter or other social media sites. When their friends donate via clicking on the shared link in support of the cause, the donor earns additional entries to match every entry their friends contribute. More sharing means more money raised and awareness to the cause, and more chances for a donor to win.

This contest is open to all entrants ages 18 and up. Contest rules are available on the website. For more information contact Brian McLane at 859-817-9403 or email info@thefreeferrari.com.