At Daytona International Speedway
When our communities are faced with the devastation of natural disasters, Americrown offers its resources, equipment and expertise to help in relief efforts:
Wildfire Relief, Volusia County, FL 1998: Supplied meals to firefighters, emergency services personnel and evacuees staging for relief efforts at Daytona International Speedway.
Hurricanes Charley and Jeanne Relief, Volusia County, FL 2004: Provided meals to relief workers and utility company personnel staging for local relief efforts at Daytona International Speedway.
- Hurricane Katrina Relief, Gulf Coast, 2004: Provided mobile kitchen, staff and food to prepare and serve meals to Gulf Coast relief workers. Merchandise was also donated including 33,000 articles of clothing.
At Homestead-Miami Speedway
When the local community faces the devastation of natural disasters, HMS offers its facilities, equipment and expertise to help in relief efforts:
- Providing a staging area for FPL equipment and deployment to speed the restoration of power to local residents.
- Serving as a staging area for re-entry into the Florida Keys following an evacuation.
- Teaming with local colleges to act as a drop off point for relief supplies.
Supplying fuel to hospital personnel following Hurricane Wilma so doctors and nurses can get to work at this critical time.
At Richmond International Raceway
In the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita and Tropical Storm Gaston, Richmond International Raceway donated merchandise, including clothing, blankets and water bottles to assist displaced families relocated to the Richmond area. Richmond International Raceway also helped local residents affected by Hurricane Isabel and a subsequent tornado in 2003 by distributing more than 2,000 bags of much needed ice.