IRL: Kelley Racing "Indy 32" fund raising notes

INDIANAPOLIS (June 3, 2003)-- Ronald Hunter, CEO and Chairman of Standard Management and Murray I. Firestone, Ph.D, CEO of U.S. Health Services Corporation the parent company of HomeMed Pharmacy, on May 24 presented donations of $10,000 each to...

INDIANAPOLIS (June 3, 2003)-- Ronald Hunter, CEO and Chairman of Standard Management and Murray I. Firestone, Ph.D, CEO of U.S. Health Services Corporation the parent company of HomeMed Pharmacy, on May 24 presented donations of $10,000 each to the Cure Autism Now and High Hopes organizations. The donations were the kick-off to a year long fund raising effort spearheaded by HomeMed Pharmacy on behalf of these two non-profit organizations.

Both organizations are beneficiaries of a campaign surrounding the No. 32 Indianapolis 500 entry sponsored by Cure Autism Now and HomeMed Pharmacy. HomeMed Pharmacy has put a program into place for the consumer market that directly benefits Cure Autism Now and High Hopes. When an order is placed, either via www.homemed.com or by calling 1-866-HomeMed, between now and December 31 and the customer uses the promotional code "Indy 32" they get a discount on their order and a percentage of the purchase will be donated to Cure Autism Now and High Hopes.

"It is such an honor to be involved with these two organizations and we wanted to get this program started with momentum," said Ronald Hunter. "It is my hope that on December 31 we present the largest check they have ever received to both Cure Autism Now and to High Hopes. That moment would be a dream come true for all of us involved in this partnership."

Media Note: A photograph is available of Ronald Hunter, Actor Anthony Edwards of Cure Autism Now and Al Speyer of Firestone/High Hopes receiving the checks. You may download a copy at www.kelleyracing.com or feel free to contact Jana Watt.

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