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CARS Tour Competitors to Take Part in Charity Bowling Tournament

April 13, 2018 • App, Archives, Other News, Region - Southeast

Myrtle Beach, SC – The teams of the CARS Racing Tour will be competing off of the race track on Friday, April 20th. The Racing Brotherhood Foundation, the official charity of the CARS Tour, will be hosting a bowling tournament at the Palace Pointe Movie and Entertainment Complex in Roxboro, NC that evening. From 6:00 – 9:00 PM teams will compete to see which is the best on the bowling lanes versus the racing lanes that they’ll utilize the following day for the Puryear Tank Lines – Thrifty Tire Mid-Atlantic Classic. The first 20 teams to register will be entered in the tournament.

 

In addition to the race teams, 20 race fans will be afforded the opportunity to compete with one of the CARS teams. The evening will also include a raffle/auction and, provided there is enough interest, a pool tournament. Fans are also welcome to come watch their favorite drivers compete in the event and enjoy all that Palace Pointe has to offer, including roller skating, an arcade, movies, and bumper cars.

 

The entry fee for teams is $250 for a five person team. Individual fans can join the competition for $50. The proceeds from the bowling tournament, raffle/auction, and pool tournament will go to The Racing Brotherhood Foundation. Entry fee includes three games of bowling and shoe rental.

 

The Palace Pointe complex is located at 5050 Durham Road, Roxboro, NC 27574.

 

About The Racing Brotherhood Foundation: In 2017, Myrtle Beach Speedway racer Terry Evans was critically injured in an accident on his way home from practicing for a race at the track. He ultimately succumbed to his injuries. As a result The Racing Brotherhood Foundation was established. The initial mission of the foundation was to help the families of racers who were killed following their passion. As the foundation began to grow and the interaction with the racing community expanded, the mission became glaringly short sighted. As a result, the foundation now looks to assist members of the racing community with needs in their lives.

 

-Racing Brotherhood Foundation Press Release.  Photo Credit: Speed51.com

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