Alex Kennedy Launches Drive for Dreams
Topics: Alex Kennedy, Spraker Racing Enterprises
March 13, 2008
(For Immediate Release)
AZTEC, New Mexico (March 13, 2007) - - A big dream came true for sixteen-year-old Alex Kennedy when he recently signed with Spraker Racing Enterprises (SRE) for their driver development program.
Owner Jeff Spraker said, "Alex is the real deal. We have tested him twice, and he has a natural ability behind the wheel. He has tremendous potential, and we are pleased to have him join our organization."
Now it is time to “Drive for Dreams” as Alex lives his dream! “We plan to race all over the United States this season bringing attention to the great work done by each local Dream Factory Chapter,” said the enthusiastic young driver from Aztec, New Mexico.
Kennedy will begin campaigning for SRE in the NASCAR Weekly Late Model Series at Caraway Speedway on March 15th. Last year Alex asked his Father Terry if they could use his racecar to help kids less fortunate than himself. Dream Factory, Inc. named him a National Ambassador last season and now Alex’s “Drive for Dreams” has been born.
“We need more sponsors so we can make more dreams come true for our friends at Dream Factory Inc!”
Meet Alex Kennedy:
In 2006 Alex Kennedy was featured on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” show interviewed by Mike Massaro for a special about young drivers. “I can’t drive to Sonic to get a cheeseburger but I can drive a racecar,” said Alex. Since that interview Alex has been named National Ambassador for Dream Factory Inc and became the youngest driver to post a podium finish in ASALMS history. Nicknamed the “New Mexico Rising Star” back at his home track of Sandia Motorsports Park , Alex has been signed by Spraker Racing Enterprises to their driver development program.
For additional information on Alex Kennedy, please visit alexkennedyracing.com.
About Dream Factory, Inc:
The Dream Factory, Inc. (a 501(c)(3) organization) is a volunteer organization dedicated to granting the dreams of children with critical or chronic illnesses. Currently, there are more than 30 chapters across the United States with over 5,000 volunteers. “I feel so proud to represent Dream Factory Inc and bring racing to these kids that don’t get to do the fun stuff I get to do,” said Alex Kennedy. Twelve-year-old Joey Lindsey from the Central Missouri Chapter is Alex’s number one fan!
For more information on the Dream Factory, Inc. please visit dreamfactoryinc.com
Sponsors and race fans can join Alex’s ‘Drive for Dreams” for as little as $100!
Contact us today to join RaceTalkRadio.com, Spraker Racing Enterprises, Rockingham Speedway and Education Technology Resources are proud sponsors of the “Drive for Dreams.”
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