NASCAR AND M&M’S RACING COMING TO CAMPUS

CONWAY, S.C., Oct. 14 — Coastal Carolina University issued the

following press release:

Coastal Carolina University

NASCAR Kinetics Team invites the

public to a free viewing party of the upcoming

NASCAR race at Martinsville on

Sunday, Oct. 24 from noon to 4p.m. in the Adkins Field House at

CCU’s Brooks Stadium (rooms 314, 315).

During the viewing party, sponsored by M&M’s Racing, vendors

will provide free food and coupons. Various entertainment

activities are planned for children and adults, and information on

NASCAR and its foundation will be

provided. The

NASCAR Kinetics Team will also give

away

NASCAR, M&M’s racing and

Darlington Raceway items at the event.

The viewing party is part of a national competition,

NASCAR Kinetics: Marketing in

Motion. Coastal Carolina University is one of eight selected

universities in the program this semester. All eight universities

were chosen based on their marketing programs and the students’

eagerness to gain real world practice and knowledge. This is the

second year that Coastal Carolina University has been selected to

participate in the

NASCAR Kinetics: Marketing in Motion

Program.

Five Coastal Carolina University students were selected for

participation in this year’s fall semester program. Those students

are: second year member Roosevelt A.D. Corbett of Columbia, team

leader; Devon Howard, of Surfside Beach; Roosevelt Board, of

Greenwood; Laura Porth of Freehold, N.J; and Chris Adrian, of

Schaumburg, Ill.

The winning university will receive the grand prize – an

all-expense paid trip to Homestead-Miami Speedway in Florida.

Students will represent their university and community while

interacting with prominent

NASCAR and Official Partner

business professionals.

For more information, contact Corbett at

coastal.carolina.nascarkinetics@gmail.com or by phone at

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