RYAN HILL / FOURWIDE – October is around the corner and Allison Ricci once again has transformed her Halmar International #55 Small Block Modified into a fundraising billboard. Over the last three years Allison has hung the now familiar pink body on her car to draw attention to the work of Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation. Allison added TEAM NICOLE on the car to support a very close friend of her’s who has been recently diagnosed with breast cancer for the third time.
In 2019 Allison looks to add to the approximately $30,000 raised over the last three years through donations by friends and fans, raffles and also through the sale of special edition merchandise. Allison’s race earnings during the awareness campaign are donated to the foundation.
“I want to thank Chris Larsen and Halmar international for letting me do this every year. I also want to thank my mom for everything she has done to help sell our special merchandise for a great cause. I would ALSO LIKE to thank Ryan Sacco from Simpilticy Design for always having great designs for the pink car!”
Allison would like to let everyone know that they can get involved by ordering merchandise or simply making a donation which can be done at the track , or through her Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/allison.ricci , her mother Kelly’s Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/kelli.ricci or the FOURWIDE Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/theFOURWIDE.
Allison and her Miles Of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation branded Halmar International #55 will race this weekend at The FONDA 200 event at Fonda Speedway which runs September 26-28. Stop by and see Allison as she is always happy to discuss the fundraising campaign.
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