Richmond International Raceway Hosting Car Wash & Ride Around the Track for Fans Wed., June 1
Proceeds Benefit Junior Achievement of Central Virginia & The NASCAR Foundation
For a $15 charitable donation, you get a NASCAR Unites wristband, car wash and a paced ride around the track!
Richmond International Raceway is bringing new meaning to the phrase “splash and go” on Wednesday, June 1. Teaming with Junior Achievement of Central Virginia, the track is hosting a NASCAR Foundation Car Wash for Kids fundraiser from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
For a $15 donation, fans receive a car wash on pit road, two paced laps around Richmond International Raceway to dry off their vehicles and a NASCAR Unites wristband. Donations will be distributed among Junior Achievement of Central Virginia, Richmond International Raceway CARES—the track’s charitable account and The NASCAR Foundation, which is committed to children’s causes and, through its NASCAR Unites campaign, has vowed to raise $1 million and generate one million volunteer hours this year.
Richmond International Raceway’s event is an extension of the NASCAR Day Car Wash for Kids, a NASCAR Unites national fundraiser engaging motorsports industry leaders to support children’s charities. More than 20 locations are participating in the NASCAR Day Car Wash for Kids.
Fans who would like to have their cars washed may enter the property at the Main Gate of Richmond International Raceway, located at 600 E. Laburnum Ave. (at the corner of Laburnum Ave. and Richmond-Henrico Tnpk.). Drivers will be directed to the infield, where the wash is being held on pit road.
Cash, credit and checks made out to The NASCAR Foundation will be accepted. Cars and motorcycles are allowed; sorry, no buses or RVs. Vehicles must have a valid and current state inspection to participate in the lap around the track.
NASCAR returns to Richmond International Raceway September 9-10 for a Doubleheader Weekend featuring the “One Last Race to Make The Chase” NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race and the Virginia 529 College Savings 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race. Tickets for all events go on sale Friday, June 3. For additional information, please click here or call 866-455-7223.
About Junior Achievement of Central Virginia
Junior Achievement is the world’s largest organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. Through a dedicated volunteer network, JA provides in-school and after-school programs for students that focus on three key content areas: work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. Junior Achievement impacts over 9 million children worldwide. Visit www.jatoday.org for more information about our programs and impact.
About Richmond International Raceway:
Richmond International Raceway, known as America’s Premier Short Track, offers exciting night racing action and a commitment to the fan experience. One of the most popular facilities among drivers and fans in all of motorsports, Richmond International Raceway annually hosts all of its major events—two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races, two NASCAR Nationwide Series events and one NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race—under the lights on its ¾-mile D-Shaped oval. The unique layout consistently produces the thrill of side-by-side racing, coupled with high enough speeds for a superspeedway feel. Combined with first-class amenities (including the state-of-the-art Video Scoring Tower) and a focus on the fans, guests at Richmond International Raceway can expect to experience what “Racing Perfection” truly is. For tickets to events at Richmond International Raceway, call 866-455-RACE or visit www.rir.com online. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @RIRInsider .
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