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Lorri Shealy Unumb

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Lorri Shealy Unumb Captures 2nd Annual Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award

During Friday night’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards at the Wynn Las Vegas – the official coronation of 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski – Lesa France Kennedy, daughter of Betty Jane France and vice chair and executive vice president of NASCAR, named Lorri Shealy Unumb, creator of “Ryan’s Law”, the official winner of the second annual, Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award.

Related Topics: Darlington Raceway, NASCAR Foundation

Betty Jane France

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Statement from ISC CEO Lesa France Kennedy on the Passing of Betty Jane France:

“We are saddened by the passing of my mother and inspiration Betty Jane France. She played a significant role in NASCAR’s history, leading the charge to elevate the experience of our sport for the fans who love it, and her philanthropic efforts will forever remain a part of our sport.

Related Topics: Michigan International Speedway

10 Years of NASCAR Championships

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Call for Nominations!

Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award Offers $100,000 to Winner; nominations due at midnight July 18 with the winner announced during NASCAR Champions Week

Related Topics: Homestead-Miami Speedway, Community Involvement

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Last Chance To Vote For Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award Nominee Lorri Unumb

Hurry! Only a few days remain to cast your vote for The NASCAR Foundation’s 2012 Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award finalist Lorri Unumb. Through November 29, 2012 (midnight ET), the NASCAR community can cast their vote for Unumb by logging onto NASCAR.com/Award. The finalist who receives the most votes during this period will be declared the national winner, and will be announced by France live on stage during the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards Ceremony at Wynn Las Vegas on November 30. The victor also will win a 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid.

Related Topics: Darlington Raceway, NASCAR Foundation

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Talladega Native Robert Weaver, Known as "Ice Cream Man," and the Inaugural Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award Winner, Passes Away

Talladega native Robert Weaver, the inaugural winner of the NASCAR Foundation’s Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award in 2011, passed away Wednesday. He was 86 years old.

Related Topics: Talladega Superspeedway, Betty Jane France

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Statement from ISC CEO Lesa France Kennedy on the Passing of Betty Jane France

Statement from ISC CEO Lesa France Kennedy on the passing of Betty Jane France

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Betty Jane France

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STATEMENT FROM ISC CEO LESA FRANCE KENNEDY ON THE PASSING OF BETTY JANE FRANCE

“We are saddened by the passing of my mother and inspiration Betty Jane France. She played a significant role in NASCAR’s history, leading the charge to elevate the experience of our sport for the fans who love it, and her philanthropic efforts will forever remain a part of our sport.

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Four Finalists For Inaugural Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award Announced

Cast your vote for the Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award

Related Topics: Chicagoland Speedway

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SEEKING PASSIONATE NASCAR FANS WITH HISTORY OF OUTSTANDING CHARITABLE & VOLUNTEER EFFORTS

$100,000 Donation to Winner’s Children’s Charity of Choice; Deadline is July 18.

Related Topics: Chicagoland Speedway

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Statement from ISC CEO Lesa France Kennedy on the Passing of Betty Jane France

“We are saddened by the passing of my mother and inspiration Betty Jane France. She played a significant role in NASCAR’s history, leading the charge to elevate the experience of our sport for the fans who love it, and her philanthropic efforts will forever remain a part of our sport.

 

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