Feed the Children and Golden Corral Unite with Tommy Baldwin Racing for New Hampshire NASCAR Race
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (September 18, 2014) – Feed the Children, one of the world’s leading anti-hunger organizations, has joined forces with Golden Corral and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race team Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR) for the upcoming race this Sunday, Sept. 21 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
“The Feed the Children program is near and dear to my heart,” said Tommy Baldwin, owner of TBR. “They’ve come to my hometown of Long Island, and they’ve done great things for individuals all over the world. We’re proud to go to New Hampshire Motor Speedway and raise awareness for such a worthy cause.”
Feed the Children and Golden Corral will both adorn the No. 7 Chevrolet SS driven by Rookie of the Year candidate Michael Annett.
“Hunger affects children all over the world and even in our own communities,” said Kevin Hagan, President and CEO of Feed the Children. “Feed the Children is proud to have a long partnership with the NASCAR community and thankful to include Tommy Baldwin in that partnership, especially during this weekend’s race. Tommy Baldwin Racing and Golden Corral are not just helping us feed children, they’re giving kids hope and the opportunity to just be kids.”
“Golden Corral is proud to partner with our friends at Tommy Baldwin Racing to aid families in need through their support of Feed the Children,” said Chris Kuehn, Chief Marketing Officer at Golden Corral. “We applaud their dedication to helping children in our communities and throughout the world.”