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Steve King Foundation makes its NASCAR debut

Steve King Foundation makes its NASCAR debut

The Steve King Foundation is pleased to announce their partnership with Front Row Motorsports for their NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race debut at Kansas Speedway on May 9, 2015. The foundation logo will be featured on the No. 34 car driven by Brett Moffitt. “We are grateful to Front Row Motorsports for approaching us with this opportunity. With Brett’s background in dirt track racing, the opportunity to gain national exposure for the foundation is incredible,” said Danny King, President. “We want our donors to know that this exposure is a charitable contribution from Front Row Motorsports.” Moffitt will be talking to race fans about the foundation at the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour event at Lakeside Speedway on May 7 beginning at 7:00 pm. He will also be signing autographs that night at the Steve King Foundation merchandise trailer from 7:30-8:00 pm. The event Thursday night brings dirt and NASCAR fans together for a night of racing and awareness. “I’m proud to have the Steve King Foundation logo on my car for Saturday’s race,” Moffitt said. “It’s an obvious partnership to raise awareness about the foundation’s purpose and share how they have impacted and will continue impacting the racing community.” About The Steve King Foundation The foundation, which honors Steve King who died from injuries sustained during the 2006 Knoxville Nationals, is a non-profit, tax deductible, 501c3 charitable organization. King, driver of the #88 Ethanol sprint car from Jetmore, KS, was a two-time National Championship Racing Association (NCRA) Sprint Series Champion. The Steve King Foundation was formed to help individuals involved in dirt track racing across the country by providing financial assistance to drivers, pit crew members, racing officials, track operations personnel or the immediate families of those individuals who are injured or die. The foundation will also contribute to organizations and facilities dedicated to improving the safety of the sport when additional funds are available. The foundation has provided assistance to more than 120 individuals and families across the 21 states, Australia and Canada. Since inception in 2006, more than $175,000 has been given to help racing families heal. Contributions of any denomination may be sent to the Steve King Foundation at 621 Benton Street, Jetmore, KS 67854 or through their website at


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