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Friday 2 December 2016
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How You Could Win a Set Visit to Fast and Furious 8

How You Could Win a Set Visit to Fast and Furious 8

If you have a thing for the Fast and Furious movies (and, hello, the cars), then you’re going to love this. You could win a set visit to the next installment of the movie, “Fast 8: New Roads Ahead”. 

The crew of the Fast 8 is teaming up with Omaze, a fundraising website, and The Paul Walker Foundation to give a fan the chance of a lifetime. Fans who donate $10 or more to the fundraising effort will be automatically entered to win. Walker’s foundation fights for ocean protections and supports marine life.

There are only eight days left to donate. Hear from the cast below.

Omaze fundraising works like a raffle. It sells entries and draws a name for the top prize. You get a certain number of entries depending on how much you donate. Other giveaways include T-Shirts, signed movie posters and autographed die-cast cars. (Sadly, Dominic’s Corvette autographed 1:18 die-cast model is already sold out. As is the autographed 1:18 die-cast 2Fast 2Furious Challenger model.)

One ultimate winner will spend the day on the Furious set, likely in Atlanta, hanging out with the cast. They’ll also get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the movie. They’ll even get to check out the awesome cars on set. (Just don’t mess up the leather, as Omaze notes.)

Omaze doesn’t give a timeline for the trip. But with shooting currently underway, we’d say it’ll probably happen soon. Check out the details and click here to enter. (By the way, flights and hotel are also included.)

The Paul Walker Foundation was created by Paul’s daughter Meadow after he died in a car crash in 2013. Walker studied marine biology in college and loved spending time in the ocean. The foundation supports the care of the ocean and promotion of marine-related causes. It also funds marine-related youth programs and awards marine science scholarships to students.  

“Fast 8: New Roads Ahead”  arrives in theaters on April 14, 2017.

Photo Credit: Omaze