Hayner to visit school

Pomona, CA. Wednesday, April 4, 2001, 1:00 PM, Stuart Hayner (Yorba Linda, CA.) and the Soenen Motorsports/Trenton Forging Company Trans-Am Mustang Team are scheduled to visit Ganesha High School, Pomona, CA. Stu will be meeting with Bette ...

Pomona, CA. Wednesday, April 4, 2001, 1:00 PM, Stuart Hayner (Yorba Linda, CA.) and the Soenen Motorsports/Trenton Forging Company Trans-Am Mustang Team are scheduled to visit Ganesha High School, Pomona, CA. Stu will be meeting with Bette Koerner's Motorsports Marketing Students (128 of them) to discuss the careers related to motorsports. For example, topics include journalism, hospitality, media, marketing, graphic arts and more.

This year, Stu is extending his motorsports experiences to include educational outreach activities targeted at high school students.

Stu's optimistic message is designed to engage students in a positive dialogue about their future. In addition to careers, Stu reinforces personal and automotive safety. As we all know, too many children are engaged in dangerous and self-destructive behaviors.

This high school Motorsports-marketing program is unique to Pomona. Two weeks ago, in an effort to replicate and disseminate the Pomona program, Mr. Hayner met with students attending Sebring High School, located in Sebring, FL, to discuss the career clusters mentioned above. Over the course of the season, Stu plans to conduct these motorsports seminars at high schools across the country. In addition, Soenen Motorsports and David Moxlow, President of Trenton Forging Company, (Trenton, MI), primary sponsor to Hayner and the #58 Soenen Mustang, are huge supporters of these activities. All involved see it as a great opportunity to support America's youth in a dramatically different way.

Hayner will be driving the #58 Soenen Motorsports Mustang in this weekends SCCA Trans-Am event during the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.

Thanks to the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Association, 35 of Bette's Ganesha High School Students will be visiting the track Friday, April 6, 2001, to learn first hand about the careers related to motorsports.

-Mark Maine

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Series Trans-Am
Drivers Stuart Hayner