Sammy Sanders to drive for BHR at Nashville

SAMMY SANDERS TO DRIVE NO. 04 CAMP COURAGEOUS DODGE AT NASHVILLE Mt. Juliet, Tenn. - (August 1, 2006) Bobby Hamilton Racing (BHR) announced today a partnership with Camp Courageous, a camp for critically ill children located in Scottsville, ...

SAMMY SANDERS TO DRIVE NO. 04 CAMP COURAGEOUS DODGE AT NASHVILLE

Mt. Juliet, Tenn. - (August 1, 2006) Bobby Hamilton Racing (BHR) announced today a partnership with Camp Courageous, a camp for critically ill children located in Scottsville, Kentucky, for two NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series events. The 2005 Music City Motorplex All American Late Model Challenge Series Champion Sammy Sanders will drive the No. 04 Camp Courageous Dodge at Nashville Superspeedway on August 12th and at a later to be determined date this season.

"I am really looking forward to this first event in the No. 04 Camp Courageous Dodge in Nashville," said Sanders, who has over 90 Late Model wins to his record. "It is my home track and I have a lot of local fans that will come out and support me. Our goal is to build awareness for Camp Courageous and help people learn what a great camp it will be for kids. Being from Bowling Green the camp hits close to my heart and I am excited to get behind the wheel again and help promote a great cause."

The camp was founded by Ms. Betty Campbell, the daughter of the late Cal Turner, Sr. who founded the Dollar General Corporation. The world class medical camping facility is located in her hometown of Scottsville, Kentucky. It sits just 24 miles southeast of Bowling Green, KY, and 65 miles northeast of Nashville, Tenn. The camp will welcome children from across the region battling illnesses including cancer, kidney disease, heart disease, severe asthma, children on ventilators, spina bifida and many others.

"Sammy and I met with Ms. Campbell and she told us all about Camp Courageous," said Bobby Hamilton, 2004 NCTS Champion. "It is a great cause for us locally. Sammy has driven for us in the past and I am glad we have this chance to put him behind the wheel again and for such a great cause."

Camp Courageous is on target to welcome its first campers early in 2008. The $20 million campus is buzzing with sounds of construction, and eagerly anticipating the sounds of happy children. When open, the facility will welcome over 4,000 ill children and family members annually, all at no cost to the family. Visit www.courageouskids.org for more information on how you can help.

About Bobby Hamilton Racing:
Bobby Hamilton Racing (BHR) is a 50,000 sq. ft. facility owned by 2004 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Champion Bobby Hamilton. Based in Mt. Juliet, Tenn., the team currently fields the No. 18 Fastenal Dodge driven by Bobby Hamilton Jr. and the No. 4 Motorsports Dodge driven by Timothy Peters. BHR has collected 19 wins and one NASCAR Championship since it was founded in 1996. For more information long onto www.bobbyhamiltonracing.com

About Camp Courageous
The mission of Camp Courageous is to uplift the children of Kentucky, Tennessee and the surrounding areas who have life-threatening illnesses by creating experiences year-round that are memorable, exciting, fun, build self-esteem, are physically safe, and medically sound. Opening in 2008, we'll be a world class medical camping facility located in Scottsville, Kentuckyproviding a cost-free, safe, and fun camping experience for seriously ill children and their families. Built to exceed the spirit and intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the medical and program staffs will be highly trained pediatric professionals with expertise in medicine and therapeutic programs. www.courageouskids.org

-credit: bhr

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Bobby Hamilton , Bobby Hamilton Jr. , Sammy Sanders