Giants legend Eli Manning delivers Super Bowl XLVI Corvette as part of All In Challenge
Back in mid-April, Fanatics founder Michael Rubin announced the "All In Challenge" - a virtual fundraising campaign that aims to raise millions of dollars to provide food to children, the elderly and frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic supply.
Almost immediately, several current and former members of the New York Giants joined the challenge, including retired quarterback Eli Manning, who had been nominated by his brother Peyton Manning.
Manning was very successful with his offer and made his Super Bowl XLVI MVP Corvette available for selection. And as part of the package, Eli promised that he would personally drive the car to the winner.
Earlier this week, it was time for Manning to do just that.
The 2011 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible was won for an impressive $ 140,000. The proceeds will benefit organizations such as Meals on Wheels, World Central Kitchen, the American Food Fund, No Kid Hungry, and Feeding America.
The vehicle was ultimately destined for Denver, where winner Dave also had Manning sign the inside of his brand new ride.
In total, the All In Challenge raised more than $ 60 million for families in need.
The giant legend Lawrence Taylor takes part in the 'All In Challenge'
Retired giant DE Justin Tuck takes part in the All In Challenge
Ex-giants Michael Strahan and Tiki Barber take part in the All In Challenge
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