Mary Dixon from MDRmotorsports.org – which stands for “Making Dreams Reality Through Motorsports” – has launched a GoFundMe campaign to sponsor the Joey Gase #52 car in the Xfinity race at Charlotte in October.
You can support the campaign and get your name on Joey’s car by following this link: http://www.gofundme.com/zz62nb3
Two MDRmotorsports.org members, Kim and Donna, have the dream of raising awareness of cancer prevention through a racing/motorsports venue. The group will help them realize their dream, raise funds for The American Cancer Society & St Jude Childrens Hospital, as well as help sponsor Joey Gase #52 in the NASCAR Xfinity Series!
They will do all of this by helping YOU get in on all of the good fun they’ll be having with this project!
If you would like to have your name on Joey’s car hood for the Xfinity race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in October, please make a donation of $25 or more to the cause by following the link above. You may also choose to have the name of a friend or loved one who fought, or continues to fight cancer on the car. If you want the name listed even LARGER on the car hood, please donate $50, and if you would like someone’s picture with their name, or a business logo and name to show on the car hood, just donate $100.
PLEASE BE SURE TO INCLUDE THE NAME OF THE PERSON YOU WANT TO BE ON THE HOOD OF THE CAR, AS WELL AS YOUR ADDRESS OR EMAIL TO SEND THE PICTURE OF JOEY’S CAR SHOWING ALL THE NAMES!
For some extra fun, everyone who donates $25 or more will be invited to a party in Charlotte the weekend of the race to meet Joey, take pictures and get autographs! AND everyone who donates at least $25 will get a photo of the #52 with Joey, and a close-up of their chosen name on the car! (IMPORTANT: When you donate, please list the name you want on the car in the COMMENTS, and your email to send the car picture afterwards!)
Prefer to send a check or money order? MAKE PAYABLE to “Joey Gase Motorsports” and send to 2476 Nimmo Pkwy., Suite 115, #188, Virginia Beach, VA 23456
Proceeds from this project will be divided equally between The American Cancer Society and St. Judes Childrens Hospital.