The Chrome Horn News

2/11/2008

DAYTONA 500 PARTY TO RAISE FUNDS FOR RACING AGAINST CANCER

    This weekend, NASCAR and race fans everywhere will celebrate the running of the 50th Daytona 500. Local race fans will get the opportunity to observe the historical event in grand-style while helping support the Racing Against Cancer (TM) Program. The Stadium Sports Bar and Grill at the Foxwoods Resort Casino will host the Racing Against Cancer team for a race day fundraiser on Sunday, February 17, 2008.
    The fun gets underway at 1PM with a Wii Racing Tournament. The festivities will also include a Racing Against Cancer Team jacket raffle. The FOX Broadcast of the running of 'the Great American' race is set for 2PM with the drop of the green flag scheduled for approximately 3:20 PM. Admission to the R.A.C. Daytona 500 Party is free. Look for the Racing Against Cancer race vehicles in front of the Stadium Bar and Grill located inside on Casino Level at the Rainmaker Entrance of the Foxwoods Resort Casino.
    The Stadium Bar and Grill is known for great food, great sports, and great service. With 28 high-def televisions and a full menu prepared by Executive Chef Ned Nichols, the R.A.C. Daytona 500 Party is set to be the ultimate fundraising experience. For more information on the Daytona 500 Party visit www.stadiumbars.com or call (860) 312-4263
    Money raised at the event will go to support the Racing Against Cancer (TM) and the various cancer related charities that it supports including the American Cancer Society; David's House, a haven for terminally ill children receiving treatment through Children's Hospital at Dartmouth at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and their families; and the Tomorrow Fund, a non-profit organization that provides daily financial and emotional support to children with cancer and their families who are treated at Hasbro Children's Hospital in Providence, RI.
    Since it's inception in 1985, the Racing Against Cancer Program has raised over $585,000 for the American Cancer Society and other cancer related programs. For more information on this federally recognized not-profit organization, log on to www.racingagainstcancer.com.

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Source:  Dale Wolbrink / Racing Against Cancer PR
Posted:  February 11, 2008

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