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Citizenship



Citizenship


Main Entry: cit·i·zen·ship
Pronunciation: 'si-t&-z&n-"ship
Function: noun
1 : the quality of an individual's response to membership
in a community

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Racing for a Reason


Racing for a Reason

In 1997 Ray Evernham established Racing for a Reason in an effort to raise awareness of the need for cancer research and provide an avenue of giving in the fight against blood related cancer in children, specifically leukemia. Ray and his family were touched by this disease when his son, at age one, was diagnosed with leukemia. Today, Ray's son Ray J is considered a survivor.

Racing for a Reason is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization and is devoted to helping those in need and funding the on-going research to find a cure for cancer. Racing for a Reason supports The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in addition to many other charitable organizations and efforts.

For more information or to make a contribution, contact us at:

Racing for a Reason
320 Aviation Drive
Statesville, North Carolina 28677


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Diversity

Diversity is important to Evernham Motorsports in the workplace and on the race track.

• Diversity and Driver Development

Evernham Motorsports has signed sprint-car star Erin Crocker to a development deal that will have the talented female driver in selected NASCAR Busch Series events as well as Silver Crown and ARCA competition.

Evernham Motorsports has also signed Tommy Lane to drive at least 18 races in the Late Model Stock Division at Hickory Motor Speedway in the 2005 season as part of NASCAR's Drive for Diversity Program.

Driver Development will be complemented by providing training opportunities for team and pit crew members as an ancillary effort to continuously develop the depth and diversification of Evernham Motorsports.




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