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 Posted: Thursday Nov 19th, 2015 04:51 PM
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Kelly Hart
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Skagit Speedway along with the 2015 class champions are teaming up for the "Champions 4 Community Food & Toy Drive" this Christmas season. The six champion drivers will spend an afternoon shopping for food for the area food banks and toys for the community toy drive.

"For many years Skagit Speedway has donated food and toys during the Christmas Season" commented track promoter Steve Beitler, "This year we want to get the champions and the fans and race teams of Skagit Speedway involved to support our surrounding communities".

We are asking our fans and race teams to pledge their support at any level ($5, $10, $20, $50, $100) and track promoter Steve Beitler will match the funds 100% up to $2,000 to raise a minimum of $4,000 for the Food and Toy Drive.

Together we can help a lot of families and children have a Merry Christmas!

Fans and teams can donate by calling 360-724-3567 and place a pledge with a credit card or you can mail a check to: Skagit Speedway PO Box 911 Burlington WA 98233

2015 Supporters:

Louis Nutter $100
Jim and Therise Kirkham $200

Total as of Nov 19th with matching funds: $600


Steve Beitler
CEO/President
Skagit Speedway
Funtime Promotions
Grays Harbor Raceway
Summer Thunder Sprint Series
Washington Modified Tour
360-724-3567 office
360-661-3917 direct



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