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NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race Pit Note #6: Fans From Around The Globe
Posted by: newsla on May 18, 2014 - 07:04 AM
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NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race Pit Note #6: Fans From Around The Globe, Stars Attend All-Star Race


ALL-STAR RACE DRAWS FANS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE -- Hawaii is now the 50th and final state to be represented at this year’s NASCAR Sprint All-Star race. Charlotte Motor Speedway would like to extend a special welcome to Benjamin Amay from Volcano, Hawaii! Benjamin bought five tickets to tonight’s NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race earlier this week, and now fans from all 50 states will be on hand for tonight’s festivities.

 

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Fans from Australia, France, Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand, the UK, Canada, the United States and representatives from more than 1,800 cities worldwide will be at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race!

STARS SHINE BRIGHT AT NASCAR SPRINT ALL-STAR RACE -- NASCAR drivers won’t be the only all-stars at tonight’s race. 2012 American Country Awards’ Breakthrough Artist of the Year Jake Owen kicked off the night’s performances, with the multiple GRAMMY-winning band Train following with their own performance. South Carolina native and GRAMMY winner Darius Rucker will round out the musical performances, singing the national anthem before some of NASCAR’s best drivers compete for a million dollar prize.

Several all-star athletes will also be present at tonight’s race including Carolina Panthers’ linebacker Luke Kuechly, who will be an honorary pace car driver. Former University of South Carolina Heisman trophy winner George Rogers and current New York Mets pitcher Bobby Parnell will also be at Charlotte Motor Speedway tonight.

7 DAYS FOR THE TROOPS -- 7 Days for the Troops founder Scott Burns will do almost anything to help his charity…including staying on top of a 20-foot tower for 168 hours.

The Concord Fire Department lifted Burns to the top of a 20-foot tower inside the Fan Zone at Charlotte Motor Speedway this morning at 8:30 a.m., where he will remain 24/7 until the start of the NASCAR Nationwide Series HISTORY 300 race. Burns has a goal of raising $75,000 for Purple Heart Homes from the charitable donations of race fans that will help seven service connected disabled veterans renovate seven homes.

While on top of the tower, Burns will camp out and offer fans items in exchange for donations. He will come down from the tower on Saturday, May 24 to present a check at the start of the HISTORY 300. The seven approved veteran’s range in age from 22-66 and all are currently retired from their military service.

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