Firefighter offers 'Jurassic Park' hummer in raffle

- A Carroll County firefighter is taking an unusual approach to improving training for his fire department.

It involves a big piece of movie memorabilia from "The Lost World: Jurassic Park."

Firefighter Cody Mayfield is also the owner of Mayfield Built, a body shop in Villa Rica, Georgia. His team is now offering a completely restored Hummer H-1 with a custom engine, new transmission, and brand new interiors.

The hummer will be raffled off to one lucky winner during the Thanksgiving holiday.

All the money from the raffle is going to a brand new state-of-the-art training facility for the Carroll County Fire Department.

"Your donation will help build a 28-feet, two-story trailer that will feature a forcible door that will simulate locked doors helping make rescues quicker," Mayfield Built posted on its website.

The second story will feature a roof simulator with special windows. A tunnel will also be in the facility to train well rescues.

If the vehicle is not your speed, the lucky winner can choose $10,000 cash or a fantastic five-day cruise for two.

Raffle tickets are available with the winner pick this Thanksgiving. A ticket costs $20.

For more information, check out Mayfield Built's webpage.

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