Enter to Win the 2022 Sprinter Van

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Written By RandyYoumans

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Despite the fact that more places are being reopened all the time lately, travel has been quite strange for obvious reasons. Many of us are feeling the urge to hit the open road more than ever. After a few years of living indoors, it is refreshing to wake up and open the camper van doors to enjoy the Rocky Mountain views or Yosemite’s amazing climbing walls.

The reality of van life isn’t always romantic. Many people don’t want to sacrifice hot showers, regular toilets, and sitting on their porch in order to upgrade a Sprinter or Econoline. Omaze offers a way to live an extraordinary van life with a modest budget.

Omaze has a chance to win a Sprinter Van

This Mercedes Sprinter 4×4 camper van conversion is a stunning sight. It comes with a Vansmith conversion worth $80,000. The 3.0L turbodiesel V6 turbodiesel produces 325 pound-feet and can tow 5,000 pounds. The Vansmith conversion includes a 210-watt solar energy system that will allow you to forget about worrying about where your iPhone or drone will charge at night. It also features a Maxxair roof fan and an 85-liter refrigerator. There is also a 5-foot-long, full-sized kitchen, bed, and LED lighting. Vansmith also includes the Green Package. According to Omaze, it comes with “wool insulation and blue-stained pine ceilings, bamboo countertop, carbon offset package containing 72,000 lbs carbon offsets,” as well as a green logo.

You can personalize the rest to suit your needs. You can choose from an upgraded suspension to go around Moab or anywhere else you want, and all-terrain tires. This camper van is worth $12,000

What does it take to win? You will receive 100 entries for $10, 500 entries for $50 and 2,000 entries respectively for $100 and $100.

Omaze states that the donations go to the mikeroweWORKS Foundation, which Omaze claims “is on a mission help close the skills gap by challenging stereotypes and stigmas that discourage people from pursuing millions of jobs.” They offer a Work Ethic Scholarship Program that encourages people to learn useful skills and rewards those who work hard. Your donation will allow mikeroweWORKS to continue their efforts to redefine what it means to have a job and a good education, and to close the skills gap.

You can enter this form if you would like to own the van. Deadline to enter is May 28, 2022 at 11:59 PM Pacific. To receive your 150 bonus entries, sign up for Autoblog Newsletter.