SPEED SPORT Partners With Kick-It


Kick-It Eblast BannerMOORESVILLE, N.C. – National Speed Sport News, America’s trusted motorsports authority since 1934, has partnered with Kick-It and the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation to raise funds for children’s cancer research.

Beginning today National Speed Sport News will donate $5 to the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation for every new SPEED SPORT Magazine subscription sold by visiting this link or by visiting www.nationalspeedsportnews.com, clicking the yellow subscribe button and entering the promotional code “KICK-IT” during the checkout process.

Kick-It is hosting several events during the next few months to benefit the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation. The first takes place this week during Ohio Sprint Speedweek.

Fremont Speedway Promoter Rich Farmer and 26 other drivers have agreed to shave their heads in support of the promotion. Fans can visit the Fremont Speedway KickBALD page to bid and win the chance to shave their favorite driver for charity on June 26 at Fremont Speedway. Fremont Speedway will also host its third annual Kick-It event on Sept. 13.

Fans attending the annual Knoxville Nationals at Iowa’s Knoxville Raceway will also get the chance to support the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation during two special events. On Aug. 6 several top NASCAR stars including Gordon, Tony Stewart, Kyle Larson and Kasey Kahne will invade the Slideways Karting Center in Knoxville for the Second Annual Go-Kart Spectacular. Visit the official Kick-It page for more information.

Two days later on Aug. 8 Knoxville Raceway will play host to the Third Annual Tony Stewart Kick-It Cup. The event will feature stars from the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series, the Pennsylvania Posse, Knoxville Speedway regulars and many more.

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