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Chicagoland Speedway Raffle for the Armed Forces Foundation

Saturday July 21, 2012


Joliet, IL – These days $10 will barely make a dent in your gas tank, but with the help of the Armed Forces Foundation (AFF) and Star Coach Race Tours a 10 spot could score you the VIP treatment at Chicagoland Speedway. Through this exclusive raffle, a $10 ticket will allow you to roll like a celebrity. The winner will enjoy the September 15-16 race weekend aboard a luxury tour bus with all-you-can-eat food & drink, infield tickets to the Nationwide Dollar General 300 & Sprint Cup Geico 400 races, along with a meet-and-greet with driver Kurt Busch.

No adventure is fun solo, so the AFF will fly the winner and five friends to enjoy the weekend’s events. Apart from enjoying the action on the track, the winner will have access to all the amenities Star Coach Tours has to offer—from interior and exterior TV’s complete with gaming systems to personal DJ stylings.

With the proceeds from the raffle benefiting the AFF, you will be directly supporting military families across our great country. The Armed Forces Foundation provides immediate assistance to service members and their families in times of great need, from ensuring mortgages get paid to lodging for family members supporting the recovery of their wounded loved one. The AFF also offers engaging programs to service members and their families to offset the stress associated with frequent deployments.

The raffle ends August 26, so please visit http://charitysplits.info/aaf/ to get your ticket today!

About the Armed Forces Foundation

The Armed Forces Foundation was established in 2001 as a 501 ©(3) nonprofit
organization under the U.S. Department of Defense’s America Supports You program. The AFF offers vital assistance to active-duty and retired military personnel, National Guard, Reserve Components and military families as they cope with difficult circumstances. This includes financial assistance, therapeutic recreational and outreach programs – such as Troops to the Track with our partner NASCAR, tickets to professional sporting events, military family events, a national education initiative surrounding Veterans Day and holiday toy drives. The AFF proactively looks to educate and advocate for the hidden wounds of war, including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

The AFF has been recognized by President George W. Bush, the United States Congress, the Department of Defense, the Department of Veterans Affairs, The Department of Education and the Department of Energy for its dedication to America’s Service Members. ###

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