Wilmington, DE - To celebrate the 3rd anniversary of their B+ Racing program, Al Carter and Hugh Plumb are pleased to announce that they will co-drive the No. 45 Magnus Racing Porsche GT3 in the GT class at the upcoming Rolex 24 At Daytona with Mark Boden, Charlie Putman and Charlie Espenlaub.
Magnus Racing won the 2012 Rolex 24 in the GT class and Al Carter and Hugh Plumb are excited by their chances to finish on the podium of the grueling 24 hours endurance race. This will be Al Carter’s 2nd Rolex 24 At Daytona participation and Hugh Plumb’s 9th participation.
The program is named “B+ FOUNDATION CHALLENGE” and the goal is to raise $100,000 starting today and during the week of the Rolex 24. “The B+ Foundation Challenge” has already received the support of Eagle Tech, Jetset Magazine, MOMO and Motorsport.com.
Carter, Plumb and The B+ Foundation are hoping for direct donations from the fans and from corporate auto racing industry leaders and new companies interested to add this program to their social mission and make a donation to help in the fight against childhood cancers. 100% of the contribution will go to The B+ Foundation and donations are tax deductible. The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation is an IRS-certified 501(c) 3 organization.
The B+ Foundation has put a text fund raising program in place. By Texting the word “FIGHT” to 80 000 anyone can make a straight $10 donation to B+. The goal is for everyone to spread the word to help and encourage their friends, colleagues, clients, prospects, employees, etc., to donate.
To make a donation to “The B+ Foundation Challenge” benefiting The B+ Foundation, visit BPostiviveracing.com. For a donation of $10,000 and above, your company logo will be displayed on the No. 45 Magnus Porsche for the 2013 Rolex 24 At Daytona.
ABOUT THE B+ FOUNDATION: The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation honors the memory of Andrew McDonough. Andrew's mom, dad and sister founded The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation. The overall goal of The B+ Foundation is to "Do Good". During the racing season, Al Carter and Hugh Plumb visit kids with cancer in hospitals before racing events to make a positive difference and keep the "B+" message alive through outreach efforts and talks. The B+ Foundation provides financial assistance to families of children with cancer nationwide. In the last two years, The B+ Foundation awarded over $1,000,000 to families of children with cancer while giving over $500,000 to support research efforts. Information about the Foundation and its activities can be found at BPostivive.org.