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Midnight at the Oasis concludes its weekend of fun

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - Sunday marked the third and final day of Midnight at the Oasis. Unlike Friday and Saturday, there were no bands performing at the event.

However, those who attended the event at Desert Sun Stadium came down to see the vehicles of the past.

Not only that, the sponsors of the event met to host a Sunday Awards Brunch at the Yuma Civic Center.

During that time, the entrants learned whose car earned the top honors while the sponsors expressed gratitude to the entrants.

"We can't do this alone and none of us can do it by ourselves. We want to acknowledge all the entrants that take their time to come here. They drive sometimes from around the block, sometimes from around the country, and sometimes from another country," said Dr. Bob Brown, AKA Captain Midnight.

Along with with Miss Yuma County winner, Olivia Taylor, she and Brown dialed the lucky winner of the 1966 Ford Mustang raffle: Carrie Underhill.

After Taylor and Brown named the runner-up for the $500 prize, they unveiled the vehicle for next year's raffle, a 1977 Stingray Corvette.

The best part is that you can put your name in for the Corvette from now until the 31st Annual Midnight at the Oasis.

If you want to participate in the raffle, then click here.

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