[MIAMI, FL] Victory Lane Kids* is providing south Florida children who have life-threatening illnesses the chance to experience the thrill of NASCAR racing. On Sunday, March 4th from 8:00am-11:30am at the Homestead Miami Speedway, 250 people ...
[MIAMI, FL] Victory Lane Kids* is providing south Florida children who have life-threatening illnesses the chance to experience the thrill of NASCAR racing.
On Sunday, March 4th from 8:00am-11:30am at the Homestead Miami Speedway, 250 people (local children with hemophilia and their families) will enjoy a full day of activities as they meet for breakfast with NASCAR driver Lance Norick and cheer him on in the 12 Noon race as guests of Norick's sponsor, Aventis Behring Choice.
Victory Lane Kids* was developed for children who have been treated with coagulation therapies developed by Aventis Behring, LLC. Aventis Behring makes the blood clotting products that allow people with hemophilia to live healthy, active lives. Hemophilia is a flaw in the body's blood clotting system, making it difficult to control bleeding even after minor injuries.
Victory Lane Kids* Sponsor Information Aventis Behring is a global leader in the plasma protein industry, providing a wide range of innovative, high quality therapies and unique support services to patients worldwide. Aventis Behring's AB CHOICE is about bringing together members of the bleeding disorders community so they can collectively benefit from available information and resources. AB CHOICE is about celebrating that which makes each member of this community unique. Aventis Behring's AB CHOICE is a unique healthcare initiative for people with bleeding disorders to provide customized access to resources and educational services. It is open to all interested patients families and professionals.
L & R Motorsports is an Oklahoma-based corporation that operates the L & R Motorsports Racing Team. L & R Motorsports, co-owned by Ron Norick and driver Lance Norick, maintains complete racing facilities in Concord, NC, with corporate offices in Oklahoma City.
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