Win a new Subaru or a new Korg MS-20 Mini synth: The Bob Moog Foundation and Prestige Subaru announce raffle to benefit Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool

Updated Sept. 12, 2014: Our winners

Please join us in congratulating the winners of our Road to Innovation raffle! Our grand prize winner of a Korg MS-20 Mini is Nancy Nehls Nelson (who purchased the ticket for her brother, composer Tommy Nehls)!

The winner of a Dubreq Stylophone S2 is Simon Woodrup. The winner of the Sample Moog virtual synth anthology is K.D. Forsha. The winner of a signed copy of “The Synthesizer” by Mark Vail is Adam Embree. We were not able to award the Subaru, as ticket sales did not meet the amount needed for us to award that prize.

THANK YOU and BIG MOOG LOVE to Prestige Subaru, Korg, Dubreq, IK Multimedia and Mark Vail for their generosity, and to all of you, our collaborators and partners in changing children’s lives with music, technology and science education. We can’t wait to show you what we plan to do for kids with these raffle funds!

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Support hands-on science education using music and technology with the Bob Moog Foundation’s Road to Innovation raffle for a Subaru Outback or a Korg MS-20 Mini.

The Bob Moog Foundation and Prestige Subaru of Asheville celebrate their shared passion for encouraging the creative spirit in children with a raffle to benefit the Foundation’s hallmark educational project, Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool. Beginning April 7, 2014 and lasting through September 5, 2014, the Foundation will sell raffle tickets for a 2014 Subaru Outback station wagon or a 2014 Subaru BRZ Coupe (valued at $23,500 and $25,500 respectively).

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Four additional prizes are also offered:

Learn more about the additions for synth enthusiasts here.

Tickets are $50 and can be purchased through the Bob Moog Foundation’s online store here. http://bobmoogfoundation.myshopify.com/products/bmf-prestige-subaru-2014-raffle

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Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool (DBSS) is a 10-week STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) curriculum developed by the Foundation for the purpose of teaching children the science of sound through the magic of music. DBSS is currently serving over 1,000 second grade students in 55 classrooms throughout Western North Carolina in Asheville City Schools, Buncombe County Schools, and Madison County Schools.

Learn more about the SoundSchool here:

The Foundation aims to expand DBSS into additional counties in Western North Carolina and beyond in the coming year. The funding raised from the raffle will be used for that expansion.

Michelle Begnino, Assistant Curriculum Director for Madison County Schools, reflects on efficacy of DBSS in her district: “We are so pleased with the experience our children and teachers had working with Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool. Our children radiate when talking about the DBSS lessons. As we focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) throughout our district, this curriculum gives teachers the chance to implement lessons that have the rigor and the support to be successful! We have tremendously bright children in our system of high poverty, and DBSS gives our children wonderful, hands-on learning opportunities and a chance to shine.”

“We’re proud to be able to support the Bob Moog Foundation’s educational initiative, Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool,” added Prestige Subaru’s Tony Pelle. “Their efforts in encouraging technology and the arts have already made a tremendous difference in these students’ lives, and we’d love to see more children benefit from programs like these.”

Prestige Subaru is Asheville’s premier Subaru dealership, priding itself on quality cars and strong customer service. It has provided philanthropic funding throughout the region for many years, and has benefited organizations such as the Asheville Humane Society, the American Cancer Society, Veterans Helping Veterans, and many more.

Raffle ticket purchasers are encouraged to read the rules and regulations that govern the raffle. Those can be found here.

The Bob Moog Foundation is an independent 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. We are not affiliated with Moog Music, Inc. Our support comes from donors and supporters like you. 

SUPPORT THE BOB MOOG FOUNDATION

IN TEACHING THE SCIENCE OF SOUND

WITH THE MAGIC OF MUSIC

ENTER OUR ROAD TO INNOVATION RAFFLE HERE

 

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