BUSCH: MWR Victory Junction Gang fund update

AARON'S MAKES DREAMS COME TRUE WITH VICTORY JUNCTION GANG CAMP CORNELIUS, N.C. (August 4, 2007) - Since their announcement at the Aaron's Dream Weekend in Talladega last April, Aaron's Sales and Lease Ownership has committed enough financial ...

AARON'S MAKES DREAMS COME TRUE WITH VICTORY JUNCTION GANG CAMP

CORNELIUS, N.C. (August 4, 2007) - Since their announcement at the Aaron's Dream Weekend in Talladega last April, Aaron's Sales and Lease Ownership has committed enough financial support to send 12 special needs kids to a week at the Victory Junction Gang Camp.

At the Dream Weekend, Aaron's President Ken Butler announced that starting in Talladega, every time the No 99 Aaron's Dream Machine Toyota Camry started a NASCAR Busch Series race in 2007, Aaron's would pay the cost to send one child to the camp.

"In support of Michael and Buffy Waltrip's long commitment to Kyle and Patti Petty and the Victory Junction Gang Camp, we are proud to put this program into action," said Butler. "We are pleased that we have sponsored 12 kids so far since the end of April."

David Reutimann will enter Watkins Glen this weekend marking the 13th Dream Machine start since Butler's announcement with 11 races remaining on the NASCAR Busch Series schedule for the Aaron's Dream Machine.

Reutimann faces the challenge of his third road-course event, but knows that this obstacle is minute compared to the obstacle these children face daily.

"I admire these children's courage and strength," said Reutimann. "They are an inspiration to me and many others. It's an honor to know that every time I race the Dream Machine, Aaron's helps bring a dream week to another child."

-credit: mwr

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Series Charity , NASCAR XFINITY
Drivers David Reutimann , Ken Butler