JOEY KICKS IT UP A NOTCH FOR DGF…

6/18/2013 JOEY KICKS IT UP A NOTCH FOR DGF…

JOEY KICKS IT UP A NOTCH FOR DGF…

In an effort to raise $18,000 for the Darrell Gwynn Foundation by the final NCWTS race at Homestead-Miami Speedway in November, Joey has been selling t-shirts for $18 each and all proceeds benefit the DGF - which exists to provide awareness, prevention, support and ultimately a cure for paralysis.

However, Joey has stepped up his efforts today... From now until the end of June - 5 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 30 - for everyone that buys a t-shirt (Joey Coulter Big JC Tee or Joey Coulter Truck Shirt) for $18 you will get automatically entered to win two (2) V.I.P pit passes for an upcoming NCWTS race of your choice in 2013. Simply go to: http://rowdybusch.com/drivers/joey-coulter to place your order. A winner will be drawn at random and notified on Monday, July 1.

About the Darrell Gwynn Foundation:
Founded in 2002 by Champion Drag Racer Darrell Gwynn and his wife Lisa, the Darrell Gwynn Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to provide AWARENESS, PREVENTION, SUPPORT and ultimately a CURE for paralysis. In an effort to create more awareness about spinal cord injuries, the Darrell Gwynn Foundation successfully lobbied for an established Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week with a resolution passed by the Florida Legislature in 2006. The foundation operates an Education & Prevention Program directed to high school students to educate them on the dangers of risky behavior that can lead to spinal cord injuries. This rapidly growing program reaches over 10,000 students annually at over 50 high schools. The foundation’s primary support program is its national Wheelchair Donation Program. With this program the Darrell Gwynn Foundation has donated custom built wheelchairs to hundreds of individuals in need. The foundation also maintains a model Patient Assitance Fund offering support services and tools at Craig Hospital in Englewood, Colorado with aspirations to expand this model to several hospitals nationwide. The Patient Assistance Fund also supports the Betty Jane France Pediatric Center, at Halifax Hospital in Daytona, Fla. and Homestead Hospital in Homestead, Fla. Additionally the foundation provides financial support through its Fast Track Laboratory with the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis aimed at finding a cure for paralysis. With tremendous fundraising partners such as Barrett-Jackson, the NHRA, NASCAR and many more generous sponsors, individual supporters and donors, the Darrell Gwynn Foundation continues to evolve as a leading foundation for those with spinal cord injuries. For more information please visit http://www.darrellgwynnfoundation.org or www.facebook.com/darrellgwynnfoundation.